in the vicinityVideoSen. Kennedy asks Trump to declassify all the documents on the FBI’s involvement in the 2016 election
Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., President Trump calls to declassify all documents about the FBI’s involvement in the election of 2016, and calls to move the Democrats from the Müller report.
“If our President, the conduct of hearings, was that I would visit, and I would ask questions. I would suggest to with respect, as a preliminary, that the President of the… declassify all documents about the FBI’s participation on the election in 2016,” said Kennedy on “America’s Newsroom.”
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“Here’s what I think, I think the FBI is one of the leading law enforcement agency in the history of the world, but I think there were some bad apples over there. It may still be. I think some of them acted on their political beliefs, some tried to hurt Trump, some tried to hurt Clinton. All I want, for these people, a path that we need to get rid of them.”
Kennedy added: “If the President declassify documents, and you can all see who did what to whom, who is trying to manipulate the election, then the American people will be able to your spirit.”
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The Louisiana senator is called to blacken the President, what must be defaced, but ultimately requested that the entire document be released, so that important questions can be answered.
“How to start the investigation of the President Trump? How has the start of the investigation of Secretary of state Clinton? What is the attorney general’s involvement was? What Mr. Comey’s commitment was? Just leave the documents,” said Mr Kennedy. “Let us see, let the American people see.”
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Co-host Sandra Smith asked Kennedy about the Mueller report, which he said was thoroughly.
“This thing was a cross between a endoscopy and colonoscopy,” Kennedy said. “After all this effort, Mr Müller concluded that there was no collusion. The obstruction of justice seemed to be accusations, a little closer to him, but he did not recommend an indictment. Now, as far as I am concerned, this is more in relation to the hearings and justice.”
Kennedy called to move the Democrats to take on other urgent matters.
“If we concentrated on reducing to try all of these energy, to reduce all this passion the cost of the health insurance experiments in America, our debt to try to balance the budget, to try to cut the waste out of the spending, to be included on the trial, the rise of China in a peaceful way. Imagine what we could achieve,” said Mr Kennedy.