Kash Patel: Durham indictment of Clinton campaign lawyer points to ‘conspiracy’ on Trump-Russia claims
Former Department of Justice Chief of Staff Kash Patel advised “America’s Newsroom” on Monday that Special Counsel John Durham’s probe into the 2016 Hillary Clinton campaign is making a “very well laid-out conspiracy charge” in opposition to these concerned.
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KASH PATEL: I used to be the lead investigator for [House Homeland Security Committee] Chairman Devin Nunes, driving the Russia investigation on Capitol Hill and I used to be truly the staffer that took the deposition that cited Durham’s indictment, so, I’m intimately acutely aware of this.
[Michael] Sussman is the centerpiece for these allegations in consequence of he ties the Hillary Clinton campaign to Fusion GPS to Christopher Steele to the Department of Justice and the false data they fed to the FBI and DOJ to spy on the presidential campaign.
It’s precisely the center of the matter being a former federal prosecutor. It’s a 27-page indictment for a mendacity rely that you just simply usually have about 5 pages to focus on. It is a really appropriately laid-out conspiracy worth that outlines fully totally different figures concerned that I merely talked about.
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