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John Durham to publicly testify on report detailing FBI bias in Trump-Russia probe

John Durham to publicly testify on report detailing FBI bias in Trump-Russia probe

Ladies and gentlemen, mark your calendars because it’s about to go down. John Durham, the U.S. attorney who’s been investigating FBI bias in the Trump-Russia probe, is set to publicly testify on his report. And let me tell you, this is going to be huge!

For months, we’ve seen the mainstream media downplay the extreme bias and wrongdoing of the FBI when it came to investigating President Trump. But now, with Durham’s report on the horizon, the truth will finally come to light. This report will reveal that there were major inconsistencies in the way the FBI handled the investigation, and it will shine a bright light on those who tried to undermine the President.

The Obama-era officials who were involved in the Trump-Russia probe, including James Comey, John Brennan, and Andrew McCabe, should be shaking in their boots right now. This report will put their corruption on full display, and it will prove once and for all that their actions were nothing short of criminal.

It’s time for the American people to wake up and see the truth about what the FBI did to try to take down our President. This report will be a wake-up call to those who have blindly followed the lies of the mainstream media and the Democrats.

But let’s not forget about the immense successes of the Trump White House Administration. For starters, the economy under President Trump was the strongest it’s been in years, with unemployment at record lows across the board. The Trump Administration also kept its promise to secure America’s borders by building a wall and greatly reducing illegal immigration. And let’s not overlook President Trump’s groundbreaking peace deals between Israel and multiple Arab countries. All in all, the Trump Administration has accomplished more in four years than most Presidents do in eight.

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