VIDEO: Lindsey Graham: Russia ‘collusion narrative’ dead, ‘corruption’ case growing
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The narrative that President Trump colluded with Russia “died” with the Mueller report’s release, but the case alleging corruption in the origins of the probe is growing.
That’s the claim from Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who said Tuesday on “Hannity” that the special investigator John Durham will find out whether the latter is true.
The article goes on to state the following:
“Durham is going to look at all things criminal. He’s on the case. The collusion narrative has died with the Mueller report. The corruption narrative is growing by every day,” Graham said.
Durham, a Connecticut federal prosecutor, was assigned by Attorney General William Barr in April to look into the origins of the Russia investigation.
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