Former congressman and Fox News contributor Trey Gowdy said he believes Special Prosecutor John Durham may be focusing on fired FBI agent Peter Strzok as he begins to wind down his probe into surveillance of President Donald Trump and associates during the 2016 campaign and the origins of the Mueller investigation.
Gowdy pointed out that Strzok “has his fingerprints on every aspect of this,” and that he was actively opposed to Trump.
Attorney General William Barr said that he was “very troubled” by what he has heard of Durham’s findings so far, but Democrats claim the investigation is politically motivated.
Barr didn’t name Strzok, but said that “some” of the people Durham was looking into would be familiar names.
Strzok became a “household name” when Inspector General Michael Horowitz discovered anti-Trump text messages between him and fellow agent Lisa Page, with whom he was having an affair at the time, Gowdy said.
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