Trump criticizes Special Advocate Durham for going too slow

President Donald John Trump Trump hints at possible 2024 White House run, remarks Trump threatens to veto Tech Liability Shield defense bill Tiger King’s lawyer thinks they’re on the verge get forgiveness from Trump PLUS Wednesday expressed his frustration with the special advocate John DurhamJohn DurhamBarr Breaks Up With Trump Over Fraud Allegations Barr Calls In Attorney To Investigate Origins Of Russia Inquiry As Special Counsel Haspel Not Present At Latest Trump Intelligence Briefing: Reports READ MORE for failing to complete an investigation into the FBI’s Russia investigation before the election.

In a 45-minute pre-recorded video posted on , in which he complained that the election was “rigged” against him, Trump fled against the former FBI director. James ComeyJames Brien ComeyCarter Page Sues Over Russia Inquiry Watch Top Republicans Praise Trump’s Flynn Forgiveness Marshmallow New Media in Biden Era MORE and others, he said, had illegally spied on his campaign as part of an investigation into Russian electoral interference.

“We got them all,” Trump said. “We are still awaiting a report from a man named Durham whom I have never spoken to or met. They can sue me before the election as much as they want, but unfortunately Mr. Durham didn’t want to go after these people… before the election, so who knows if he will report.

Attorney General William BarrBill BarrBarr Breaks With Trump Over Allegations Of Fraud Barr Calls In Attorney To Investigate Origins Of Russia Inquiry As Special Advocate Barr Says DOJ Did Not Uncover Widespread Voter Fraud In Elections from 2020 PLUS appointed Durham, a prosecutor investigating the origins of the 2016 Russia probe, as special adviser to ensure his investigation continues even after the president-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenTrump Hints at Possible 2024 White House Run, Tiger King’s Lawyer Believes Close To Trump’s Pardon Cruz Urges Supreme Court To Meet Pennsylvania Election Challenge MORE takes office.

Durham was appointed under the same statute which governed Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) MuellerBarr Enlists Lawyer Investigating Origins Of Russia Inquiry As CNN Special Advisor Toobin Warns McCabe is in ‘Perilous State’ with Emboldened Trump Anchor CNN Tears Trump on Stone while talking about the Clinton-Lynch meeting on the tarmac MORE when he was appointed special adviser to investigate the Trump campaign and its contacts with Russia.

Barr told Congress he expected the Durham inquest to be completed by the summer, saying it had been slowed down by the coronavirus pandemic and “additional information he uncovered “.

Durham is investigating potential criminal conduct in the FBI’s investigation into Trump campaign contacts with Russia, including some officials involved in the appointment of a special advocate for Mueller.

“If you look at the lies and the leaks and the illegal acts done by so many people… something should happen,” Trump said. “The hardest thing I have to do is explain why nothing is happening to all those people who got caught spying on my campaign.

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