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Trump: ‘Hard to Believe’ Obama Didn’t Know What FBI Was Up to in 2016

President hints that former President was ware of spying

 on 18th April 2019 @ 11.00pm
trump said he was considering holding his own press conference following the release of the report © press
Trump said he was considering holding his own press conference following the release of the report.

In the run-up to release of Robert Mueller's report, President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that “it would certainly be hard to believe” that former President Barack Obama did not know what the FBI was up to in 2016.

Trump said he was considering holding his own press conference following the release of the report.

The president praised Attorney General William Barr, saying “he’s grabbed it by the horn.”

trump said it was  one of my great achievements  in regard to bringing attention tot the alleged corruption © press
Trump said it was 'one of my great achievements' in regard to bringing attention tot the alleged corruption.

The interview then moved to former Obama-era officials, who may be lined up for investigation in the coming months as Barr has promised.

Trump said it was “one of my great achievements" in regard to bringing attention to the alleged corruption.

The presdient suggest that he didn't believe Obama was unaware what the FBI was doing.

How is it possible that he didn’t know?” he asked.

“I mean, we’re talking about pervasive, horrible things that were happening.”

senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said mueller report exonerated president donald trump  but not obama © press
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Mueller report exonerated president Donald Trump, but not Obama.

“It would certainly be hard to believe that he didn’t know what was going on,” Trump concluded.

In March, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell claimed that Mueller’s report “conclusively” exonerated president Donald Trump, but not Obama.

McConnell laid blame on the Obama administration for not dealing with alleged Russia election interference.

“No collusion, no conspiracy, no obstruction,” McConnell said.

“It’s good news that our law enforcement professionals know much more about Russia’s benevolent attempts to interfere in the American election and its good news that we can conclusively set aside the notion that the president and his team had somehow participated in those attacks on our democracy,” McConnell said.

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