Sen. Rand Paul has called on Justice to investigate the Obama aides who fed the false claims into the public.
“Time to investigate the Obama officials who concocted and spread the Russian conspiracy hoax!” he tweeted.
Time to investigate the Obama officials who concocted and spread the Russian conspiracy hoax!— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) 25 March 2019
Former Deputy CIA Director John John McLaughlin also demanded a probe into the efforts by the Obama administration and Hillary Clinton campaign to spy on the Trump campaign.
“I’m very concerned that it’s becoming more clear that the Obama administration was able to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on our campaign based on phony opposition research from the Clinton campaign. Having federal law enforcement spy on a presidential campaign based on phony campaign research is really distressing and the true untold story,” he said.
When asked about Robert Mueller’s final report Senator Rand Paul believed that the two-year investigation was a waste of time and taxpayers money.
Senator Paul said: “I think it is a good day for the President that now finally the Mueller report, thirty million dollars later has finally admitted what most of us knew to be true in the beginning. President Trump had nothing to do with Russia
Mueller’s report say there’s no evidence of criminal collusion, but it doesn’t come to a conclusion as to whether the president tried to obstruct the investigation by firing or influencing key members of his staff and cabinet. After reading the report, the attorney general and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said there wasn’t sufficient evidence to prove in a court of law that Trump committed any crime.
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