Politico --------- Attorney General Jeff Sessions revealed on Thursday that he had tapped a longtime federal prosecutor to help investigate FBI decisions in 2016, saying a new special counsel was not yet needed to look into GOP criticism about the bureau’s handling of investigations into Hillary Clinton and the Trump campaign. In a letter to senior Republican lawmakers, Sessions said that in November, he named U.S. Attorney John Huber — unanimously confirmed to lead the Justice Department’s Utah district under President Barack Obama and again under President Donald Trump — to partner with the Justice Department’s inspector general in the inquiry. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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