Seven Days in January https://t.co/bPUXylMAVo— Kemberlee Kaye (@KemberleeKaye) January 30, 2018
In a few days we may get a look at the much ballyhooed memo written by Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee, led by Devin Nunes, regarding alleged FISA abuse leading to spying on the Trump campaign and the role of the Steele Dossier in justifying that spying on a presidential candidate.
Very soon we may also see a report by DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz into the DOJ/FBI handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
What I expect those reports to show is a deep politicization of the highest levels of both DOJ and FBI.
The signs are already there...
Michael Graham in the Morning: McCabe Is Memogate’s First Victim https://t.co/EjZOTrRQtu #podcast— Ricochet (@Ricochet) January 30, 2018
Schumer shreds Republicans for voting to release "slanderous memo of GOP talking points" https://t.co/2oRpHOY5wJ pic.twitter.com/2wquHpCdfi— The Hill (@thehill) January 30, 2018
He hasn’t read it. https://t.co/Uyoslb1S7O— Brit Hume (@brithume) January 30, 2018
.@jim_jordan: FISA memo is about transparency and truth, not taking down Mueller pic.twitter.com/mtJjtu5kOM— FOX & friends (@foxandfriends) January 30, 2018
NBC News has obtained a copy of FBI Director Wray's note to FBI employees about former Deputy Director Andy McCabe's retirement. It makes it clear that the decision was due to impending IG probe, @JuliaEAinsley and Pete Williams report. Read it here: https://t.co/7d4AKeVhWA— Tom Winter (@Tom_Winter) January 30, 2018
Chris @CillizzaCNN, your McCabe piece omits some things.— Doug Ross 🔵 (@directorblue) January 30, 2018
3/2/15: NYT reports HRC used private email server for official business
3/9/15: McCauliffe visits JM to encourage her to run (AM runs DC office of FBI, which would lead investigation)
Full timeline: https://t.co/AeFR7ZItzj pic.twitter.com/t75ClWrOjZ