Trey Gowdy: Jeff Sessions Doesn’t Need a Special Prosecutor to Go After Hillary Clinton

‘We have an entire Department of Justice headed by someone that President Trump picked named Jeff Sessions, he is free to follow any fact pattern including the fact pattern in 2010’

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GOWDY: “Well, again, Congress is looking into it. Of course, we can’t charge anyone with anything. Special counsel is appropriate if a conflict exists, and I am not talking about conflict with Robert Mueller. He is not supposed to be looking into Uranium One, but we have an entire Department of Justice headed by someone that President Trump picked named Jeff Sessions, and he is free to follow any fact pattern including the fact pattern in 2010. From the congressional standpoint I am very interested. You know, I have spent almost all of 2017 trying to figure out what Russia did in 2016 election cycle. It is not beyond the pale that they also would not have been our friend in 2010 when we were selling them our uranium reserves. So I am all for looking into it. Whether or not it has anything to do with Hillary Clinton or not, is — is of no consequence to me. It is worth looking into solely because I don’t think Russia was our friend in 2010 any more than they were in 2016.”

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