The FBI and a Trump campaign conversations have changed Trey Gowdy’s attitude towards the probe of Robert Moueller.
Gowdy the South Carolina Republican supported Mueller and “the idea to initiate, to investigate what Russia did, but when I saw this transcript, it actually changed my perspective.”
Republicans told earlier about a transcript which contained fair information for Papadopoulos. In the time of running for president during the work on Donald Trump’s team, he met with some significant figures that made the FBI interested in.
As Gowdy said the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) did not get the transcript. Nevertheless, it set four FBI surveillance warrants against Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
“When you have exculpatory information and you don’t share it with the court, when you give two different kinds of defensive briefings to the candidates depending on who you like and who you don’t, then you’re bias begins to impact the investigation,” Gowdy explained. “That’s what I thought when I saw the transcript, but your viewers should be entitled to make up their own minds.”
Natalia Veselnitskaya – official website