Trey Gowdy Issues Subpoena to FBI

The probe into Trump’s alleged Russia collusion has revealed a lot of nefarious details. One that is most disturbing which revealed there is a possibility that the FBI paid to get the Trump dossier which supposed the president’s guilt in the allegations.

The dossier has been completely debunked. Now Congress is hunting for answers, which is where Trey Gowdy and his committee have stepped in…


From Washington Examiner:

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In the most significant escalation yet in the wrangling between Congress and the FBI over the Trump dossier, the House Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed the bureau and the Justice Department for documents relating to the dossier, the FBI’s relationship with dossier author Christopher Steele, and the bureau’s possible role in supporting what began as an opposition research project against candidate Donald Trump in the final months of last year’s presidential campaign.

The subpoenas are an indication of growing frustration inside the committee over the FBI and Justice Department’s lack of cooperation in the Trump-Russia investigation.

Gowdy’s thoughts:

The subpoenas are the result of a months-long process of committee investigators requesting information from the FBI and Justice Department. Beginning in May, the committee sent multiple letters to the FBI and Justice requesting information concerning the Trump-Russia affair.

“We got nothing,” said committee member Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., who is taking a leading role in the Russia investigation. “The witnesses have not been produced and the documents have not been produced.”

According to YoungCons: We still have a lot to learn but this dossier looks to be completely false and if the FBI paid money to actively work against a candidate running for president that’s a huge deal.

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