Still oblivious to the mounting anti-Washington sentiment that propelled Donald Trump into the White House, a growing number of House Republicans said Wednesday that they are open to an independent investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election after President Donald Trump’s surprise dismissal of FBI Director James Comey.
In carefully couched statements, about a dozen House Republicans indicated that under the right circumstances, they would back a bipartisan select committee of lawmakers or a special prosecutor to take on the investigation. That’s a significant shift within the GOP ranks after months of largely deferring to the FBI and congressional committees.
They still haven’t gotten over the fact that their elitist friend Hillary Clinton lost.
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