US Attorney from Connecticut John Durham has interviewed several FBI investigators who worked on Mueller’s team, according to investigative reporter Paul Sperry.
This further suggests “Durham’s probe may be expanding into the activities of the Special Counsel’s office,” Sperry added.
BREAKING: Durham has interviewed several of the FBI investigators who worked on Mueller's team during his 2017-2018 inquiry, further suggesting Durham's probe may be expanding into the activities of the Special Counsel's office
— Paul Sperry (@paulsperry_) February 19, 2020
Robert Mueller was appointed as special counsel in May of 2017 and had 40 FBI agents, intel analysts, and others working for him to investigate the ‘Trump-Russia collusion.’
Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani referred to the FBI agents working for Mueller as “stormtroopers.”
Most of the FBI agents were unknown to the public; however, two of the FBI officials working on Mueller’s team shot into the spotlight after their anti-Trump text messages were released to the public.
FBI counter-intel agent Peter Strzok and his paramour, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, were removed from Mueller’s team in the summer of 2017, after it was revealed they were sending each other anti-Trump text messages.
After over 500 witnesses interviewed and a $40 million tab, paid for by the taxpayers, Mueller concluded Trump didn’t conspire with Russia during the 2016 election.
The entire Russian collusion canard collapsed and newly-appointed AG Bill Barr said spying on Trump’s camp ‘did occur.’
Last May Attorney General Bill Barr assigned top special prosecutor John Durham to investigate the origins of the Russia probe.
Mr. Durham, who was nominated by President Trump in 2017, has a history of investigating potential wrongdoing among National Security officials.