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Watch–James Comey: Mueller Report Shows Trump Impeachable

In a Friday interview with Bloomberg Television, fired FBI Director James Comey said Congress could impeach President Donald Trump based on special counsel Robert Mueller’s findings on now-debunked collusion between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia. [embedded content] A transcript is as follows:  MATTHEW MILLER: A thing you said when you were considering whether or not you would prosecute Martha Stewart was that “people cannot obstruct justice no matter who they are. Is the president exempt from that? The Mueller report seemed to say he at least couldn’t be prosecuted for…

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State Department Finds 30 Security Incidents Related to Hillary Clinton Email Probe

The State Department has identified “multiple security incidents” involving at least 15 individuals in the handling of Hillary Clinton’s emails as part of an ongoing probe into her use of a private email server, it was revealed Monday. The State Department outlined 23 “violations” and seven “infractions” involving at least 15 individuals in the general handling of Clinton’s emails. They were detailed in a report sent to Sen. Chuck Grassley (R–IA), who pushed the inquiry earlier in the year. “To this point, the Department has assessed culpability to 15 individuals, some of…

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McCabe Confirms Some FBI Employees ‘Frustrated’ No Charges Brought Against Hillary Clinton

NEW YORK — Former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe lent some credibility to a previous White House claim that some FBI personnel were upset over the agency’s decision, under the leadership of disgraced ex-FBI Director James Comey, not to charge Hillary Clinton in the criminal probe of her private email server use. The claim that some FBI rank-and-file workers lost confidence in Comey following his infamous press conference announcing that no charges would be brought has been in dispute. Yet in largely unreported testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on…

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