Mook: We Need to Determine if There Were ‘Political Motivations’ to Comey’s Actions

‘I’m glad that the inspector general has called for this investigation’


MOOK: "And then obviously this Inspector General investigation into Director Comey and the FBI’s handling of the e-mail investigation is calling into question whether there were political motivations and whether that might have impacted the outcome of the election. Trump doesn’t have good answers to these questions, so he’s lashing out, as he usually does. I’m glad that the Inspector General has called for this investigation. We need to understand why Director Comey took the unprecedented step of talking about the investigation of Secretary Clinton, why he sent those letters, and whether there were political motivations.”

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