Trump ” to investigate, says the investigator, as the Durham probe to touch off a new war in the Congress

nearvideo sources: Durham probe now a criminal investigation

Texas Republicans-Rep. John Ratcliffe says, the Ministry of justice was going from the Obama administration after their enemies.

President Trump said on Friday, it is time to investigate the “investigators,” after it became known that U.S. attorney John Durham has the assessment of the alleged misconduct to the Ministry of justice in the run-up to the election in 2016 in a full-fledged criminal probe.

The escalation of the Durham investigation, prompted immediate accusations from Democrats that the Bill Barr led the DOJ has been compromised, to a time when the Trump of inquiry on his handling of the Ukraine in front of an impeachment. But Trump, before leaving the White house for a South Carolina event in criminal law reform, claims that he has done “nothing wrong” instead of stressed in the Ukraine controversy — and the importance of the Durham probe.


“Investigate the investigators,” he said. “If the [former FBI officials Peter] Strzok and [Lisa] page, whether it’s [James] clapper or [James] Comey, and all of these people, because terrible things was that for our country.”

He went on to tout the state attorney General Barr as “reputable” and “honorable” man.

“I want to tell you one thing—I think you are going to see a lot of really bad things,” he said. “I leave it all up to the attorney general and I leave it all up to the people I don’t know with the attorney general. I think you will see things that no one will ever believe.”

Trump went on to blast the original Russia investigation as “the worst joke in the history of our country.”


Fox News reported on Thursday that the Durham probe has investigation into a criminal. A source told Fox News that the justice Department, General inspector Michael Horowitz of the forthcoming report, which is to alleged abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), light on why the Durham investigation has become a criminal investigation.

Horowitz also announced Thursday that its report would be available to the public too soon, and had some of the redactions.

The elevation in the status of Durham’s investigation is of importance. The status means that the U.S. attorney of Connecticut will be able to subpoena of witnesses, report to, and start grand juries.

Fox News has also learned that Durham is “very interested” in the survey of former Director of the CIA, John Brennan, and the former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. According to a source familiar with the situation, Brennan received word from his attorney that he can be contacted by Durham ‘ s office, but the clapper has received no such communications at that time.

Trump and his allies have long claimed, that the investigators of the start of the Russia-arrangement of the sample were politically motivated and improperly treated everything from monitoring interviews guaranteed. Just this week, the former national security Advisor, Michael Flynn ‘ s lawyer said their client was manipulated by the FBI-interview-memo — as he is still waiting for the verdict guilty of lying to investigators about contacts with Russia.

But Democrats fumed Friday over the reports on the Durham probe, accused of Barr, in essence, leads to a political investigation.

“These reports, if true, increase the depth of new concerns that the Department of justice under attorney General William Barr has lost its independence and become a vehicle for President Trump political revenge,” said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., and the Chairman of the legal Committee Jerrold Nadler, D-NY, said in a statement.


“If the justice they continued the Ministry can be used as a tool of political retribution, or to help the President with a political narrative for the next election, the suffering, the rule of law, and irreparable harm”.

But House Judiciary Committee ranking member Doug Collins, R-Ga., Nadler, blasted to say that the “empty accusations” against Trump in the Russia-investigation left Americans with “unanswered questions” about the FBI.

“Chairman Nadler is wrong to claim that John Durham’s investigation is nothing less than an effort to truth and accountability,” he said in a statement. “When Mr. Durham finds that crimes were committed, I trust that he will pursue justice and help restore America’s confidence in the premier law enforcement agency.”

On the other side of the Capitol, Senate Intelligence Committee ranking member Mark Warner, D-Va., Barr witness to said will.

“The Senate Intel follow-up of a three-year bipartisan investigation, and we haven’t found anything tweeted from afar the justification of this” Warner. “Mr. Barr’ s “investigation” has already been jeopardized, important international intelligence partnerships. He must come before Congress and explain themselves.”

As part of the probe, Barr and Durham traveled to Italy and had conversations with law enforcement authorities in the UK and Australia, about their investigation, according to several sources familiar with the meeting.

The team is “gathering information from a variety of sources, including a number of foreign countries. To Attorney General Barr’s request, the President has turned to to ask other countries, they said in the introduction the attorney-General and Mr Durham to appropriate officials,” Justice Department spokeswoman Kerri Kupec, last month.

The developments coincide with the formal impeachment investigation, the President began, according to details of its highly controversial July 25 telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky, in which he pressured him to start an investigation into former Vice-President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden—in particular, the hunter’s role on the Board of a Ukrainian natural gas company and the older Biden role in the look out of the funk of attorney, the founder of the company.

A whistleblower complained at first about the content of the conversation to the intelligence community inspector general in August, to show an indication of the call seemed to be the President’s seek to help a foreign power, to the 2020 presidential election, by a study of his political opponents. This has since led to a parade of witnesses testified behind closed doors on the President’s efforts to pressure Ukraine, including allegations that he back military-held aid as a means of pressure

The White house and the President’s allies have held, there was no such quid pro quo, although a top diplomat in this week’s testimony to the contrary.

As a part of the house prosecution’s request, the ship, the Committee on Foreign Affairs, Chairman Eliot Engel, D-NY, and Oversight Committee Chairman Carolyn Maloney, D-NY, on Friday also, two Office of Management and Budget officials — the Associate Director for National security programs, Michael Duffey and Deputy Director Russell Voight — for deposits in the next month load.

The chairs on Friday also State Department adviser T. Ulrich Brechbuhl of a summons communicated to necessarily be a witness in the next month.

To appear in “her failure or refusal on the deposition, including the direction or order of the President or the White house, is considered proof of disability for the house impeachment inquiry, and can be used as a negative inference against the President,” the democratic lawmakers wrote in their letter to Brechbuhl.

Fox News’ Ed Henry and Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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