Trump expressed strong dissatisfaction and anger in response to the release of Special Counsel John Durham’s report, which comprised over 300 pages and exposed what he called a “treasonous charade.” The report, handed over to the Justice Department on Monday, investigated potential collusion between Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russia to influence the election. It concluded that the Department and the FBI failed to uphold their duty to the law during certain events and activities associated with the FBI’s investigation, known as “Crossfire Hurricane.”
Rep. Mike Turner stated on Sunday that the FBI should investigate the results of the House Oversight Committee’s probe into payments allegedly made to President Joe Biden and his family as proof of a crime rather than trying to cover it up.
Donald Trump’s legal team has requested that the House Intelligence Committee intervene in the DOJ probe into the former President’s retention of classified documents. Trump’s attorneys believe that the DOJ is not the appropriate agency to conduct investigations about the mishandling or spillage of classified material. His attorneys stated that belief in a letter to Committee Chairman Mike Turner (R-Ohio) on April 26.
An appeals court handed former President Donald Trump’s legal team just a few hours to answer a legal request. The appeals court set the deadline for midnight on Tuesday as his legal troubles over his alleged mishandling of confidential documents started to intensify.
According to Jim Jordan, dozens of whistleblowers at the FBI are coming forward on all the wrongdoings. On Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee’s Select Subcommittee held its very first hearing on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. Former FBI agents provided tips, and two former agents testified about politicization within the organization.