Trump, in his latest interview with John Solomon, was excellent. In the 16-minute interview, there were many things said, and the biggest one was about Durham and his investigation.
If you believe that the investigation will end with only Hillary Clinton’s lawyers, you’re fooling yourself.
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President Said: ”This is really big stuff what Durham has come up with, and let’s hope the rest of it comes out… and I think it will. I think a lot more. I think they’re going a lot further.”
You will watch the entire interview. Take a look at the Rumble video:
We have more about Durham.
The latest news that broke was that he released a fresh batch of subpoenas.
It’s like someone who is done, now does it?
CNN: Durham issues new round of subpoenas in probe of FBI investigation into Trump, Russia
— Josh Caplan (@joshdcaplan) September 30, 2021
Special Counsel John Durham has issued a new set of subpoenas, including to a law firm with close ties to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, an indication that Durham could be trying to build a broader criminal case, according to people briefed on the matter. So far, Durham’s two-year probe into the FBI’s Russia investigation hasn’t brought about the cases Republicans hoped it would.
The grand jury subpoenas for documents came earlier this month after Durham charged Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann with lying to the FBI in a September 2016 meeting. During that meeting, Sussmann handed over data purporting to show links between the Trump Organization and Russia’s Alfa Bank. That tip became part of the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election but the FBI ultimately couldn’t find evidence of a link.
In seeking additional documents from Sussmann’s former law firm, Perkins Coie, investigators from the special counsel’s office appear to be sharpening their focus on the Democratic political machinery during the 2016 campaign and efforts to tie Trump to Russia.
Perkins Coie’s clients in 2016 included the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee. The law firm also hired on the campaign’s behalf a research company that commissioned the dossier from ex-British spy Christopher Steele that alleged that Trump was compromised by Russia.
Durham has already accessed reams of the law firm’s records, such as billing records, meeting calendars and a log of documents that the firm protects under attorney-client privilege. Some of the newly sought-after documents have been guarded so far by attorney-client privilege.
An attorney for the law firm didn’t respond to requests for comment.
Durham’s new subpoenas could lead to a court fight over privileged information and draw more about the Clinton campaign into the open.