Barack Obama and Joe Biden won’t be indicted for spying on Trump’s campaign before the election, despite the president demanding that they face charges.
Attorney General Bill Barr has told Republicans that they should not expect any charges of a thorough “investigation” until after the Nov. 3 election, sources told Axios.
“This is a nightmare scenario”. Essentially, the year and a half of arguably the number one issue for the Republican base is virtually meaningless if this doesn’t happen before the election, a GOP congressional aide told the outlet.
Trump said these people should be indicted during a Fox Business interview on Thursday morning, naming the Democratic duo.
These are people that spied on my campaign, and we have everything, and now they say we have much more, and I say, Bill [Barr], we got plenty, you don’t need anymore, Trump continued.
We’ve got so much, Maria, just takes a look at the Comey report, 78 pages of the kill, done by Inspector General Michael Horowitz, he added.
These people should be indicted, this was the greatest “political crime” in the history of our country and that includes Barack Obama and it includes Joe Biden. These are people that spied on my campaign and we have everything.
President Trump broke the news on Tuesday night confirming that he had “declassified” relevant documents against key Democratic party members.
Trump tweeted: I have fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political “crime” in American History, the Russia Hoax.
Sperry’s tweet read: When all the documents are finally declassified, and all the “redactions” removed from reports, the nation will see that the FBI and CIA not only knew Russia collusion allegations against President Trump were a political dirty trick but that they were in on the trick.