Republican senator Lindsay Graham of South Carolina, chairman of the Senate Senate Committee, said he would hold a hearing on comments made by former FBI Executive Director Andrew McCabe on an apparent discussion of the possibility of using the 25th
In an interview withMcCabe said Deputy Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein raised the issue shortly after the release of FBI Director James Howey in 201
McCabe told "60 minutes" that Rosenstein had raised the issue and discussed it with me in the context of thinking how many other cabinet employees could support such an effort. "
" The whole point of congressional existence is to supervise the executive, "Graham said in Face the Nation on Sunday." So, with a good 60 minutes report, there is a statement by the acting director of The FBI at the time the Deputy Chief Prosecutor attempted to make an administrative coup led the President to the 25th Amendment. I promise your viewers that we will have a hearing who tells the truth what happened. "
He added," I will do everything I can to get to the bottom of the FBI's behavior with the Justice Department of President Trump and his campaign. "was criticized by the Republicans for his comments on" 60 minutes "for the president.A shortly after part of McCabe's interview with" 60 minutes, "
Graham calls the idea of referring to the 25th Amendment" Beyond Stunning. "
" I know sells a book, and we need to take a grain of salt, maybe what Mr McCabe says. on the national television, and he has accused you of putting me, "Graham said.
Asked if he would call McCabe and Rosenstein to testify before his commission, Graham said, "How can I not do it?"
He said the only way we can understand the truth is to summon people under oath and understand through interrogation. "
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