Rep. Trey Gowdy disputes Trump's 'spy' claim, says Federal Bureau of Investigation acted properly

Rep. Trey Gowdy R-S.C. questions Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington. The FBI acted properly in its investigation of contacts between President

Rep. Trey Gowdy disputes Trump's 'spy' claim, says Federal Bureau of Investigation acted properly

Trey Gowdy (R-SC) offered his thoughts on President Donald Trump's frustrations with Jeff Sessions for not disclosing any possible concerns that would lead to his future recusal as U.S. Attorney General.

Rooney recalled how on several occasions, including dust-ups over the president's spying allegations and whether Russia's interference in the election helped Trump, Gowdy's willingness to buck the party line "validated to me that I wasn't crazy" for thinking the president's claims lacked evidence, Rooney said.

Chaffetz leveled the criticism during an appearance on Fox News's "America's Newsroom" just after President Trump tweeted he'd wished he'd picked someone else for the AG post.

The Times reports that special counsel Robert Mueller is investigating Trump for obstruction of justice related to the Russian Federation investigation, and the effort to convince Sessions to withdraw his recusal may play a part in that case. In July, Trump told the New York Times he would never have nominated him if he'd known that Sessions would not oversee the investigation.

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Giuliani also took a shot at Gowdy's handling of the House Benghazi Committee, which he chaired as the panel investigated the 2012 terrorist attack that resulted in the loss of four American lives in Libya.

The perpetual Trump hatefest waged by the media has been given new fuel by Rep. Trey Gowdy's comments approving the FBI's counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign.

Trump has gone on the offensive, seeking to paint the Mueller investigation, the Justice Department, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation as biased against him, and is now calling the Mueller probe "illegitimate" and "rigged". He said he believed Trump should sit down for an interview with special prosecutor Robert Mueller, something the president has balked at.

The two were involved in calls between the White House and Justice Department in early 2018. "I think he should do it confidentially first, to give Mueller a chance to explain himself", Giuliani said.

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To be sure, however, Mueller's office has filed criminal charges against a number of people, including Trump's former campaign chairman, deputy campaign chairman, national security adviser and others.

The jab was a reference to Stefan Halper, a former Cambridge University professor who made contact with at least three Trump campaign advisors in 2016.

"I don't know", he said. "And I wish I did!" the president added.

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