So, that's a judgment call.
"Now, Rudy Giuliani said they put an undercover Federal Bureau of Investigation agent in the campaign".
Some people close to the president have said privately that they believed the recusal was overly broad and done too hastily in the middle of public scrutiny over Mr. Sessions's congressional testimony. I would have. But I respect the judgment of those who decided not to tell him.
You can see video of Gowdy's interview here.
Trump has taken to calling the FBI's interactions with an informant during the 2016 campaign "spygate" and has suggested without evidence that the Federal Bureau of Investigation planted a mole in his campaign.
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In March, Fox News temporarily pulled Napolitano off the air after he made the baseless assertion that former President Barack Obama had asked for British assistance in wiretapping Trump.
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"All we did was quote a certain very talented legal mind who was the one responsible for that on television", Trump said. It's up to law enforcement to go validate or ratify the information, but you have to have people coming forward. He made that obvious Wednesday as he used the words of a presidential ally to rip apart Trump's latest conspiracy theory.
GOWDY: I don't think so.
"I have always said, 'I think you ought to sit down. you've told us publicly there was no collusion, there was no obstruction, ' " Gowdy said. The South Carolina congressman responded by distancing himself from Trump.
The New York Times reports that Trump "berated" the attorney general and urged him to remain in control of the investigation. But as a matter of fact, Fox News anchor Shepard Smith isn't the only person at Trump's favorite cable news channel who isn't buying the "spygate" conspiracy.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Oversight Committee and a longtime Trump supporter, was briefed last week by the Justice Department and FBI following reports that investigators relied on a USA government informant in its investigation into Russian election meddling.