Halperin: People Are Worried About Investigation’s Integrity at This Point

‘I don’t see how someone could be appointed to have credibility at this point’

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ISAACSON: "The Senate committee could create a select committee, right, and they could hire somebody of great integrity to be the lead investigator."
HALPERIN: “That would be an oversight investigation, not a criminal investigation.”
ISAACSON: “Right. But it would also be a way to bring in some outsider to help be the special counsel for a Senate select committee."
HALPERIN: “You could do that, but I think what people are worried about is the criminal investigation’s integrity at this point I think both in the House and Senate, but certainly in the Senate committee.”

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