Former Congressman Trey Gowdy stopped by ‘Hannity’ Thursday night to weigh-in on the Democrats’ never-ending impeachment fantasy; saying former President Barack Obama could be a relevant witness in the Senate’s ongoing trial.
“Part of impeachment is setting a precedent for what happens in the future… So is President Obama, because I would want to know whether or not Joe Biden had the authority of the President when he made that statement. Every time that clip plays of Joe Biden, I think of more reasons that he’s relevant as a witness,” said Gowdy.
Watch Gowdy on ‘Hannity’ above.
GOWDY GOES NUCLEAR: Trey NUKES Comey for ‘TEXTBOOK BIAS’ in Clinton Case
Rep. Trey Gowdy unloaded on former FBI director James Comey during Congressional testimony Tuesday, slamming the bureau boss for “textbook bias” in his handling of the botched Clinton investigation.
Gowdy was speaking before the House Judiciary Committee when he unloaded on the ex-FBI chief for “prejudging” the outcome of Hillary’s investigation months before he was able to review all the relevant facts.
“If prejudging the outcome of an investigation before it ends and prejudging the outcome of an investigation before it begins is not evidence of outcome determinative bias, for the life of me, I don’t know what would be,” Gowdy said.
“Former Director Comey violated Department policy in several significant ways,” Gowdy added days ago. “The FBI’s actions and those of former Director Comey severely damaged the credibility of the investigation, the public’s ability to rely on the results of the investigation, and the very institutions he claims to revere.”
Watch Rep. Gowdy’s comments above.
GOWDY GOES OFF: Predicts FBI Deputy Director McCabe FIRED by Next Week
GOP Congressman Trey Gowdy escalated his war of words with FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe on Friday, saying he was still trying to figure out why “three FBI agents were discussing politics” on federal property; adding he’d be “surprised” if McCabe isn’t fired by next week.
“I hate it for Rod Rosenstein, that he’s the one explaining it, because he’s not Peter Strzok, he’s not Andy McCabe, and he’s not Jim Comey, so he was having to do a little bit of clean-up,” Gowdy told Fox News. “But these are really bad facts if you care about an impartial, objective Department of Justice and FBI.”
“I’m still trying to figure out why three FBI agents are discussing politics in the Deputy Director’s office. You’re not supposed to discuss politics on federal ground,” he added. “We were supposed to interview Andy McCabe yesterday on another committee. It was all set up and ready to go and then at the last minute they said he can’t come, he’s going to come next week.”
“I’ll be shocked if he comes next week, I’ll be a little surprised if he’s still an employee of the FBI this time next week,” Gowdy said.
Watch Gowdy predict McCabe’s future above.