The FBI has damaged its own reputation with its reactions to the Trump candidacy

Surprisingly, this assessment comes from a CNN legal analyst, Paul Callen.
The ferocity of President Donald Trump's recent attacks on the integrity of the FBI has sent shock waves through an agency accustomed to public adulation in recent years. Sadly, much of the presidential criticism of the bureau may be entirely legitimate.
When news of the text messages between Strzok and Page came to light against the backdrop of claimed McCabe improprieties, it became harder to just dismiss all of Trump's FBI conspiracy claims as delusional -- though many of his critics do.
While I rarely agree with much of what the President does or says regarding legal issues, this time he's got it right. The FBI's reputation has been severely damaged not by the President's criticism but by a systematic failure of the bureau's leadership.
There is much between the ...'s that is worth reading.  Sharyl Attkisson also discusses Investigating the Investigators at DOJ and FBI.

The evidence suggests that along with several Obama appointees, they were determined to overthrow the will of the voters who elected Trump.


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