Ken Starr: ‘There Is a Lot That Is Potentially Troubling’ for the FBI To Be ‘Spying’ on the Trump Campaign

‘Was there consideration of actually notifying the campaign?’


FAULKNER: “As a former independent counsel, you look at this, kind of peace in this together, what troubles you? You say the details that are troubling.”

STARR: “I think there is a lot that is potentially troubling, especially for the FBI to be surveilling, spying, whatever term you want to use, on on a presidential political campaign. Was not authorized at the highest levels of the FBI? Did the FBI leadership consult with the Department of Justice? Was there consideration of actually notifying the campaign? There were a lot of questions that need to be answered."

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