Senate To Investigate Scope Of FBI's Political Bias

Former U.S. National Security Adviser Michael Flynn arrives at U.S. District Court in Washington U.S

Former U.S. National Security Adviser Michael Flynn arrives at U.S. District Court in Washington U.S

The House Intelligence Committee has complained about similar FBI stonewalling regarding documents about Stzrok and related information about former FBI Director James Comey's controversial statement previous year announcing that the agency had decided not to bring criminal charges against Clinton in the email investigation.

Then there's Andrew Weissmann - another member of Mueller's investigative team who wrote an email to an Obama-era holdover in the Department of Justice, Sally Yates, expressing his delight that she defied Trump earlier this year on his proposed ban on travel from a handful of terror-prone nations.

He may even have been involved in her freakish exoneration by then-FBI Director James Comey: Reports say Strzok changed Comey's written characterization of Clinton's actions in the email scandal from "grossly negligent" - the words that would have formed a legal basis to charge her with crimes - to the equally serious but legally harmless "extremely careless".

Grassley has also requested in his letter to Wray to view all the text messages in question, as well as any additional communications that may contain favorable or unfavorable statements about Trump or Hillary Clinton and any communications that may be involving Strzok regarding decisions about closing the Clinton investigation or opening up the investigation into potential collusion between Trump associates and the Russian government. Moreover, it turns out former FBI Director James Comey had planned to let Clinton off the hook from any criminal charges long before the investigation had concluded - before the agency had even interviewed key witnesses.

Grassley gave the Federal Bureau of Investigation until December 11 to hand over the documents related to Strzok.

Why did Donald Trump become the target of a criminal investigation for allegedly conspiring with Russian Federation to influence the presidential election despite no evidence that he ever did so?

He, along with several other Republican lawmakers, are calling for an investigation into the FBI's supposed special treatment of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

"Why are the same people that mishandled and provided bias to the Hillary Clinton investigation, why are they still in this administration?" asked Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.). And in awe. Thank you so much.

"I am so proud. All my deepest respects".

It is unclear if Clair is still working at the Justice Department.