In A Surprising Twist, CNN Legal Analyst Slams Mueller’s Investigation, Backs Trump’s FBI Assessment! [Video]

[VIDEO] CNN Legal Analyst  Paul Callan was on with host Poppy Harlow and they discussed the blatant anti-Trump bias at the FBI. In a surprising twist, the CNN analyst came out and attacked Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Wait! What? 

CNN has spun more fake news against President Donald Trump than should be allowed. Their coverage of President Trump is not only negative, but it is measurable as well. Mr. Callan feels that the latest revelations about bias against Donald Trump are real and measurable. He wants the Special Counsel to do what?

As Written and Reported by Ryan Saavedra for the Daily Wire:

CNN legal analyst Paul Callan said recently that his views on President Donald Trump’s attack on the FBI regarding the Mueller investigation have changed after he started researching what was going on.

Callan joined CNN host Poppy Harlow to discuss the recent revelations about the blatant anti-Trump bias at the FBI which was exposed when text messages from FBI agent Peter Strzok were made public.

“Originally, I was angered at the president’s attacks on the FBI, I thought they were unjustified,” Callan said. “But when I started to delve into the facts, boy there’s some really disturbing stuff here.”

Dozens of the text messages from Strzok showed a strong antipathy for Trump, but none was more damaging than one he sent regarding the FBI’s “insurance policy”:

I want to believe the path you threw out for consideration in [deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe’s] office that there’s no way he gets elected — but I’m afraid we can’t take that risk. It’s like an insurance policy in the unlikely event you die before you’re 40……….


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