During an appearance on Sean Hannity’s Fox News show on Wednesday night, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) claimed he has every intention bringing in former President Barack Obama to answer questions as to the parts he was involved in the spygate operation.
Speaking with the Fox News host, the Republican senator claimed he is pushing forward with his investigation into who told President Obama about the counterintelligence investigation into then-candidate Donald Trump. “I can’t imagine an investigation of the Republican nominee for president – a counterintelligence investigation of his campaign – – was not approved at the highest level,” Graham claimed. “I cannot imagine it happening without somebody in the White House knowing about it.” When Hannity asked if that meant asking Obama questions under oath, Graham seemed open to the idea. “Absolutely,” Graham replied.
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