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Was the NY Times story about Trump’s desire to fire Mueller purposefully leaked to take heat off the FBI?

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Was the New York Times’ story about President Donald Trump’s desire to fire special counsel Robert Mueller used to distract the public from the doubt building around Mueller’s investigation?

A reporter for the Washington Free Beacon sure thinks so.

What happened?

More evidence was released this week that calls into question the objectivity of Mueller’s investigation. The questions stem from the anti-Trump bias of the investigation’s former top agent, Peter Strzok, who was reassigned last summer after the DOJ learned of anti-Trump, pro-Clinton text messages he exchanged with his mistress, FBI laywer Lisa Page.

Released text messages have revealed shady happenings within the FBI as Strzok was also the lead investigator in the FBI’s probe of Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Text messages show that Strzok wanted to go easy on Clinton and he wanted to quickly wrap up the investigation. Strzok, who also officially interviewed Clinton for the bureau’s investigation, knew well in advance of his interview with Clinton and the conclusion of the investigation that the former secretary of state wouldn’t be criminally charged.

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