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Debra Heine
Nov. 7, 2018

Outgoing Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) on Wednesday evening said that there is a chance that acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker will appoint a special counsel to investigate the Obama administration for espionage abuses against the Trump campaign. Congressional Republicans called for the appointment of a second special counsel to investigate alleged misconduct at the FBI and Justice Department back in May, but Attorney General Jeff Sessions denied the request.

Gowdy told Fox News "Special Report" host Brett Baier that he wasn't surprised that Sessions was asked to step down, but added that he didn't know it would happen "before all the votes had been counted."

"It was going to happen... he's been a proverbial dead man walking for several months now," Gowdy said.

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Who else thinks that Sessions' first loyalty was too his old DOJ deep state associates, even though several were up to their eyeballs in Fisa-gate wrongdoing and framing Trump?
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Who else thinks that Sessions' first loyalty was too his old DOJ deep state associates, even though several were up to their eyeballs in Fisa-gate wrongdoing and framing Trump?


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