washington - Republican MPs in the US House of Representatives are considering legal action against the FBI and Deputy Minister of Justice Rosenstein on investigations into suspicious connections between Russia and President Trump.
The chairman of the intelligence committee of the 'House', Devin Nunes, wants the House to adopt a resolution that states that deputy minister Rod Rosenstein and FBI chief Christopher Wray 'despise the parliament'. 'They would do this by deliberately withholding information or deliberately taking a long time to give it.
Nunes already asked for clarification in August about the sudden dismissal of a FBI employee from the team of special researcher Robert Mueller. Mueller investigates whether during the election campaigns last year people from the Trump campaign secretly made common cause with figures from the Kremlin.
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