'Why Aren't People Under Arrest?': Trump Demands Investigations Into The FBI And DOJ After Durham Report

The 45th President of the United States and Republican frontrunner for 2024 Donald J. Trump posted a serious accusation against the FBI to his platform Truth Social on Sunday night following the revelation of the final Durham probe report last week.

"The FBI," Trump began, "offered Christopher Steele One Million Dollars in order to FRAME me." He referred to the long-debunked Steele Dossier that served as the basis for Operation Crossfire Hurricane, which entailed the illegal surveillance of Trump and his 2016 presidential campaign.

He asked, "Why aren’t all of the so called Special 'Prosecutors,' together with their bosses at the DOJ, doing something about this. Why aren’t people under arrest." Trump added, "They spied on my campaign, and bribed people all over the place, and then go after ME. The people of our once great Country won't stand for it. How much more can they take, as the USA goes to HELL? MAGA!!!"



As reported by Newsmax, the final Durham report did in fact confirm that Christopher Steele was paid $1 million to fabricate his dossier rife with salacious allegations against the Trump campaign. The outlet cites page 11 of the report which reads in part, "Our investigation determined that the Crossfire Hurricane investigators did not and could not corroborate any of the substantive allegations contained in the Steele reporting. Nor was Steele able to produce corroboration for any of the reported allegations, even after being offered $1 million or more by the FBI for such corroboration."
 

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In its conclusion on page 303, the Durham report vindicates President Trump saying, "Throughout the duration of Crossfire Hurricane, facts and circumstances that were inconsistent with the premise that Trump and/or persons associated with the Trump campaign were involved in a collusive or conspiratorial relationship with the Russian government were ignored or simply assessed away."

The authors cited the "possible impact of 'confirmation bias'" as the main culprit adding, "some of those most directly involved in the subsequent investigation had (i) expressed their open disdain for Trump, (ii) asked about when they would open an investigation on Trump, and (iii) asserted that they would prevent Trump from becoming President."

Therefore, based on the conclusions of the Durham report, Trump's assessment of the situation posted to Truth Social checks out.​​​​​​​

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