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White house Deputy spokesman Hogan Gidley said of The Todd Starnes Show, Monday, “to be Honest, I’m a little worried for the Democrats, and some members of the media (according to the Müller-examination). I don’t know, what do you do with your life. There was so certain of this, and said so many lies in the last two years invested a lot of time.”
“In fact,” he added, “if you think about it, and the thing began in June 2016, it is almost three years and $30 million, you don’t spend here, so I know what you are doing with your life right now.”
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Trump has railed for months against the former justice officials, including former FBI Director, James Comey, accusing them of illegal “witch hunt” for the purposes of delegitimizing his presidency. He has also claimed that the investigation is based on notes compiled by former British spy, Christopher Steele, and even accused former sen. John McCain, who died last year, for the disclosure of the notes of the FBI. But the investigation began saw months before the FBI ever, the dossier and the FBI already had a copy of the time, McCain turned him in.
Trump asked on Monday whether he would be right with the publication of the full report, answered: “Up to the attorney general, but it would not bother me at all.”
Gidley said Starnes: “The next step is to find out how this happened. Who let this happen? If (then-Director of National Intelligence) James Clapper ( the Director of the CIA, John Brennan came out and lied so many times, Comey lied so many times, and in the press say, they have stone cold evidence of failure. You know exactly what is happening.”
Among those, the Miller’s collected in the course of his investigation, the President’s former campaign Chairman, Paul Manafort and his first national security Advisor, Michael Flynn. Five trump aides pleaded guilty, and a sixth, a longtime confidant Roger stone, is awaiting trial on charges that he lied to the Congress, and involved in witness tampering.
Monday morning, the White house aides and allies covered in TV news broadcasts trumpet Barr’s letter and claim that Trump was the victim of a probe, to never start. Democrats said that they were waiting for the full report, in addition to the underlying evidence, the Miller’s used.
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Gidley said Starnes about Trump’s response to Barr’s justification: “I was with him right after I heard the news, and he was very excited, as everyone can see … when you are listening to your map now you know how it is, wrongly accused, of something, for people, the false witness against this person. And to be relieved in this way in such a public way, if once you say, as The New York Times and The Washington Post with headlines, he was cleared of all misdeeds. It is just sweet justice.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.