Amid new evidence of Obama White House collusion with the FBI in the probe of alleged Trump-Russia collusion in the 2016 election, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has decided a special prosecutor is not needed at the moment to investigate allegations of abuse of power by the bureau and by Hillary Clinton in the sale of Uranium One.
Sessions revealed, however, a federal prosecutor is examining the allegations. And the attorney general said he will rely on the prosecutor’s review to determine whether or not a special counsel should be appointed.
Sessions said Thursday that Utah’s top federal prosecutor, John Huber, has been reviewing the allegations of Republican lawmakers that the FBI used a bogus anti-Trump dossier to obtain the spy warrant and ignored evidence of pay-to-play in Hillary Clinton’s approval of the sale of U.S. uranium interests to a Russian state-owned company.
Sessions communicated his plans in a