Over the past few days, it’s been confirmed that White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller chose a staff full of Democrat operatives to investigate President Donald Trump’s supposed collusion with Russia in last year’s election. Now, yet another member of Mueller’s team has been linked to powerful Democrats.
Freedom Daily reported that it was just revealed that Mueller investigator Jeannie Rhee has extremely close ties with the Clintons and the Democrat Party. She worked for Barack Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder for two years and has given over $16,000 to Democrats since 2008. She also represented Hillary Clinton during her infamous email lawsuit in 2015, as she worked to block access to Clinton’s private emails and her bathroom servers. Rhee was so close to Clinton that she maxed out donations to her in 2015 and 2016.
On top of that, Rhee represented the Clinton Foundation in the racketeering lawsuit in 2015.
“Rhee joined Mueller’s team in June, according to The Washington Post, and also worked as a partner at WilmerHale,” CBS News reported. “She had previously served as deputy assistant attorney general in the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel, where she advised White House officials and the attorney general on issues including criminal procedure and national security, according to a WilmerHale press release from 2011. She also served as Assistant U.S. attorney in the U.S. Attorney’s office for the District of Columbia.”
This comes after it was revealed that one of Mueller’s attorneys attended Hillary Clinton’s election night party in New York City.
The Daily Caller reported that Andrew Weissmann’s attendance at the party is just the latest sign pointing to the bias against Trump that this investigation has. Weissmann has been referred to by the The New York Times as Mueller’s “lieutenant” and “pit bull.”
On Tuesday, conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch obtained a January email in which Weissmann praised former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates’ defiance of Trump.
Judicial Watch Reported:
“I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects,” Weissmann wrote to Yates on January 30, immediately after she instructed the DOJ not to defend an executive order banning immigration from seven nations, an act that led to her dismissal by President Trump.
Weissmann is just one of many Democratic donors that have been hired by Mueller. The lawyer donated a combined $6,600 to the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
It was also revealed this week that former Mueller investigator Peter Strzok, an FBI agent, was dropped from the probe after it was revealed that he had a strong anti-Trump bias. While participating in the investigation, Strzok exchanged numerous anti-Trump messages with his mistress Lisa Page, who also had some involvement in the probe.
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