Martha McCallum’s exclusive interview with Attorney General William Barr, the first part of which was broadcast Thursday, contained at least two bombshell revelations that will reverberate as the implications sink in and as the wheels of justice slowly grind. (The full part one is embedded at the bottom of this post.)
The New York Times picked up on the first bombshell in this story, whose sub-headline captures the essence:
The federal prosecutor investigating the origins of the Russia inquiry is examining testimony by the former C.I.A. director John Brennan and seeking his communications records.
The story, which acknowledges Barr’s interview, cites “a person briefed on his [Durham’s] inquiry,” which could in fact be Barr himself.
John H. Durham, the United States attorney leading the investigation, has requested Mr. Brennan’s emails, call logs and other documents from the C.I.A., according to a person briefed on his inquiry. He wants to learn what Mr. Brennan told other officials, including the former F.B.I. director James B. Comey, about his and the C.I.A.’s views of a notorious dossier of assertions about Russia and Trump associates.
Read the full story from American Thinker
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