Sessions: Clinton's Conflicts Of Interest On Uranium Deal 'Will Be Reviewed'Chris Menahan
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Department of Justice head Jeff Sessions told Senator Chuck Grassley Wednesday that his concerns over Hillary Clinton's potential conflicts of interests on the Uranium One deal "will be reviewed."
From Fox News:
A top Senate Republican is probing potential "conflicts of interest" for Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration regarding the 2010 approval of a controversial uranium deal with a Russian company, amid new details about donations from "interested parties" and an FBI corruption probe involving employees of the same Russian firm.
Grassley on Wednesday released a series of letters he fired off last week to 10 federal agencies, addressing those issues in detail and raising the question of whether the committee that approved the transaction was aware of the FBI probe. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) included then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.We need some concrete action out of the DOJ.
Just as a reminder, the Obama administration was running guns to Mexico as part of a plot to try and restrict the Second Amendment. Obama's DOJ set up billion dollar slush funds to bankroll liberal activist groups.
Meanwhile, Sessions' DOJ is struggling just to bust criminals. He does deserve credit for busting 412 "new Americans" who defrauded medicaid for $1.3 billion, but now is not the time for half measures and pussyfooting around. We need serious investigations into the Obama administration and the Clinton clan's corruption and we need it now.
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