Lee Zeldin: DoJ, FBI Didn’t Like and Wanted to Prevent Trump from Getting Elected

‘You had an investigation launched after Donald Trump won the GOP nomination and expanded when he got closer to winning and became a special counsel probe after he won’

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HEMMER: "What do you think is at the heart of this story now?"
ZELDIN: "I -- I feel like there is six million parts to where to go with that great question. There are different perspectives. So within the Department of Justice you have people who we’ve seen it since the 2016 campaign, they've weaponized their powers, they don’t like Donald Trump. They wanted to prevent him from getting elected. You had an investigation launched after Donald Trump won the GOP nomination. It was expanded when he got closer to winning. It became a special counsel probe after he won. And we're finding that there was misconduct at the highest levels of the DoJ and FBI throughout the process."

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