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The former FBI officials defended the investigation of the Russia-probe-origin: “If they leak, they have an agenda”

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Attorney General Barr responded to the criticism by the former FBI Director, James Comey, as Barr reviews the origins of Russia’s probe began on Comey p.m.; reaction and analysis from Chris Swecker, former assistant Director of the FBI.

Attorney General William Barr’s investigation into the Russia-sample of origins “entirely appropriate” and brings hope for the finally the end of a controversy, the country dominated the attention for two years.

These were some of the most important statements of Chris Swecker, former FBI assistant director, in a Friday interview on “America’s Newsroom.” His comments came after a Fox News interview in which Barr said, the Americans should be worried about is whether “public officials abused their power.”

Determine how invasive FISA surveillance, Swecker said it was “entirely appropriate” for the DOJ to see in the use of that power during the Russia-investigation.

“What is important here, to ensure that we know what happens, so we can get some reforms, if we need to, we can coast to some of the processes — and if mistakes were made or things that have been made, consciously, then we can ensure that it never happen again,” he said.

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Swecker saw the red flags, the play in the controversial Steele dossier a role in the investigation. He also stated that it was likely to be, and for researchers to have a specific agenda.

“We know that there is extensive leaking — do you have when you leak an agenda. So the question is, have the investigators, especially in the executive level have some kind of political agenda?”, he said.

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In addition to the intelligence officials, Barr has, in collaboration with U.S. attorney John Durham — a choice Swecker was given. In the midst of the media and democratic criticism of Barr, Swecker, he said, “some of the tough decisions and hard calls that must be made.”

“I’m starting to finally feel like we are actually going to to the bottom of things,” he said.

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