Trey Gowdy dropped a bombshell that is Robert Mueller’s worst nightmare

Robert Mueller made his move against Donald Trump.

He announced the indictments of two top campaign officials and that a third – a low level volunteer – pled guilty to lying to the FBI.

But Trey Gowdy dropped a bombshell that had Mueller’s allies in the swamp sweating.

When word leaked on Friday that Mueller had secured his first indictments in the Russia probe, Washington buzzed with speculation about who would take the fall and if this was the first domino to fall in Trump’s impeachment.



On Monday former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and his deputy Rick Gates surrendered to authorities and faced 12 counts of fraud, money laundering making false statements and failing to register as foreign agents for their lobbying work.

But the 31 page indictment never mentioned Trump, the campaign or Russian collusion.

This case has nothing to do with Russian collusion because it’s a fake news hoax invented by Democrats and the media.

Trey Gowdy gave an interview where he dropped a bombshell.

The leak by Mueller’s team that an indictment was forthcoming was a criminal act.

Fox News reports:

“Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy, the leader of the House’s top investigative committee, slammed special counsel Robert Mueller on Sunday for allowing the news media to learn that he and his legal team now have charges in their Russia investigation.

“In the only conversation I’ve had with Robert Mueller, I stressed to him the importance of cutting out the leaks,” Gowdy, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, told “Fox News Sunday.” “It’s kind of ironic that the people charged with investigating the law and the violations of the law would violate the law.”

Mueller and his team have for roughly the past five months been leading a Justice Department investigation into whether anybody associated with the President Trump’s 2016 White House campaign colluded with Russia to influence the election outcome. On Friday night, CNN reported that Mueller’s team has filed the first charges in the case with a federal grand jury.

“Make no mistake, disclosing grand jury material is a violation of the law. Somebody violated their oath of secrecy,” Gowdy, a South Carolina lawmaker and former federal prosecutor, also told Fox News on Sunday.”

Should Mueller step down if it’s proved his team engaged in criminal leaks to damage Trump?

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