Trump’s ex-Chief of Workers John Kelly claimed in a sworn assertion that Trump mentioned utilizing the IRS to retaliate in opposition to two FBI officers concerned in Russiagate.
John Kelly, a retired Common, served as Trump’s second Chief of Workers from July 2017 to the tip of 2018.
Traitor John Kelly has been backstabbing Trump for years.
Now he’s claiming Trump sought to retaliate in opposition to FBI lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Web page.
Peter Strzok and Lisa Web page
Recall, Peter Strzok and Lisa Web page used the ability of the FBI to sabotage Trump’s 2016 presidential marketing campaign.
John Kelly supplied a sworn assertion in reference to lawsuits filed by Peter Strzok and Lisa Web page in opposition to the DOJ for publishing their non-public textual content messages.
The New York Occasions reported:
John F. Kelly, who served as former President Donald J. Trump’s second White Home chief of workers, stated in a sworn assertion that Mr. Trump had mentioned having the Inner Income Service and different federal businesses examine two F.B.I. officers concerned within the investigation into his marketing campaign’s ties to Russia.
Mr. Kelly stated that his recollection of Mr. Trump’s feedback to him was based mostly on notes that he had taken on the time in 2018. Mr. Kelly supplied copies of his notes to attorneys for one of many F.B.I. officers, who made the sworn assertion public in a court docket submitting.
“President Trump questioned whether or not investigations by the Inner Income Service or different federal businesses needs to be undertaken into Mr. Strzok and/or Ms. Web page,” Mr. Kelly stated within the assertion. “I have no idea of President Trump ordering such an investigation. It appeared, nevertheless, that he needed to see Mr. Strzok and Ms. Web page investigated.”
Mr. Kelly’s assertions have been disclosed on Thursday in a press release that was filed in reference to lawsuits introduced by Peter Strzok, who was the lead agent within the F.B.I.’s Russia investigation, and Lisa Web page, a former lawyer within the bureau, in opposition to the Justice Division for violating their privateness rights when the Trump administration made public textual content messages between them.