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Weighing in on the controversy between former FBI Director James Comey and President Donald Trump, former CIA agent Michael Scheuer told the BBC on Wednesday: "I think if there's has been any obstruction of justice all you need to do is review Comey's history."
"Comey has abetted the senior people of the Democratic Party to stay out of prison for his whole term," he said to the BBC host's chagrin.
"The Republicans are on the same side as the Democrats, you have to remember that both establishments are anti-Trump and will be until or unless he's able to tame them," Scheuer said.
"Seven months after they started an investigation of this Russia business, the only piece of evidence they have is from the word of a private sector IT company that worked for Hillary Clinton, [that claimed] the Russians took the emails out of the DNC," he said, referencing CrowdStrike. "And your own Royal Services Institute came back and said, those people are lying, they never talked to us about what happened in the world of cybersecurity this year. That's the only evidence, sir, they won't let the FBI look at the DNC's server."
"If it wasn't for that private sector, Clinton employed company, we would have nothing to go on."
The BBC promptly ended the interview.
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