On Capitol Hill, Growing Frustration With FBI Secrecy

Byron York, DC Examiner
Requires a different prosecutor to analyze the Russia-Trump affair have extended in the days on the grounds that President Trump fired FBI director James Comey. Virtually continuously, Democrats and others calling for a prosecutor say this kind of step is needed to “get to the bottom” of the subject. But there is still uncertainty among the many public about whether anything lies on the backside of the Russia-Trump controversy. Is there a crime down there? Nobody appears to grasp. The Reason Is easy: The FBI, which has been investigating alleged ties between Trump marketing campaign figures and Russia for ten months, will not say.

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