Americans are close to learning the full truth about the Obama administration’s manufactured Russia collusion investigation, and it can’t come soon enough.
President Trump dropped a bombshell about U.S. Attorney John Durham’s probe into the origins of the investigation, saying that the scope of abuse on the part of the Obama administration is “really bad.”
Fox host Sean Hannity asked Trump to respond to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadow’s comments that he expects criminal indictments from Durham within the next several months.
“It’s just more and more things that you see,” Trump replied. “And that’s only what you see. It is really bad. It is a terrible thing that happened. It should never happen to another president.”
Attorney General Bill Barr appears to be quite concerned with the findings of Durham’s investigation, remarking in June that the Department of Justice is investigating a number of high-ranking Obama officials in the probe.
Trump also revealed that he would consider issuing pardons for former officials that were indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller as part of the Russia collusion investigation.
“I’ve looked at a lot of different people, they have been treated extremely unfairly, and I think I probably would,” Trump told Hannity.
Justice Department officials have indicated in recent weeks that a report from Durham can be expected by the end of summer, though officials have been reluctant to confirm or deny whether any indictments will be issued.