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California Rep. Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, joined Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday to discuss former Trump administration national security adviser Michael Flynn, who long ago pleaded guilty lying to investigators regarding his contact with a Russian ambassador.
News had broken earlier in the day Thursday that Flynn, who’s awaiting sentencing, had fired his legal team.
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Nunes pulled no punches as he described two former top officials at the FBI — Director James Comey and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, both of whom were fired — as being perfect examples of the term “dirty cop.”
That’s because both men, Nunes indicated, deliberately attempted to set Flynn up in a perjury trap.
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Hannity started by noting that Flynn’s identity was “illegally unmasked” in raw intelligence materials, and suggested that Flynn needs to turn the tables and go after Comey and McCabe “for setting him up.”
“What I would say to this, Sean, is that, in the future, when you look up the word ‘dirty cop’ — if you have a fair internet and free internet — you will see the pictures of Comey and McCabe,” Nunes replied.
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“These guys make Hoover look like a saint,” he added, referring to former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, who was accused of abusing his authority to go after political enemies and rivals.
Nunes then referenced a clip Hannity had played prior to the segment. In that clip, Comey told MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace how he had directed agents to casually interview Flynn in the White House in a manner that ignored and violated standard protocols.
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