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Loretta Lynch contradicts James Comey in a newly released transcript; response from House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins.
Top Obama-era officials don’t like, then-candidate Donald Trump in 2016 were part of a “corrupt cabal” , feared of the New York business man is always commander-in-chief, House Judiciary Committee Ranking member Doug Collins, R-Ga., said Tuesday on “Hannity.”
“This is a corrupt cabal of top management, the non-candidates like Trump and you definitely don’t like the idea of a President Trump, and now they were covering for themselves,” Collins said.
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He also said that several officials had what they thought was “insurance” against a trump presidency. Now, the Trump-critics were “on”, he added.
An excavated text message that the former FBI Agent Peter Strzok sent read lawyer Lisa page in August of 2016: “I want to believe, the path that you threw in the [then-FBI assistant Director Andrew McCabe’ s] office, there is no way he gets elected—but I’m afraid we can’t take the risk. It is like insurance in the unlikely event that you die before you are 40.”
Collins said Federal officials knew they had put together a problem with the information within the trump-Russia-dossier, of Christopher Steele.
“But, you went with him… [former FBI Director James] Comey checked this in the [Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act] application,” he said.
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On Monday night, Collins the transcript published then-attorney General Loretta Lynch’s testimony before a closed-door hearing of the house judiciary and oversight committees in the year 2018.
At the hearing, Lynch’s flat accused former Comey of mischaracterizing your statements, by saying repeatedly, under oath, that Lynch told private him, call the Hillary Clinton email probe a “thing” instead of an “investigation.”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.