The Durham Probe continues to expose just how corrupt the Clinton campaign really was.
Special counsel John Durham issued trial subpoenas for members of Hillary Clinton’s campaign and the DNC.
NEW: Sussmann says Durham issued trial subpoenas to Clinton campaign to make them testify before a jury about their assertions of attorney-client privilege, as the special counsel lays out more details on the “joint venture” to push false collusion claims.https://t.co/NIpga2qceO
— Jerry Dunleavy (@JerryDunleavy) April 23, 2022
Special counsel John Durham issued trial subpoenas for members of Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign and the Democratic National Committee as he pushed his theory of a “joint venture” in the case against Democratic cybersecurity lawyer Michael Sussmann, who represented the Clinton campaign, and Rodney Joffe.
Clinton’s campaign, the DNC, the opposition research firm Fusion GPS, and the Perkins Coie law firm are fighting Durham’s efforts to compel the submission of withheld documents, arguing their claims of attorney-client privilege should keep the records concealed. However, Durham is continuing his legal pressure as he insists those groups played a coordinated role in pushing false Trump-Russia collusion claims.
Fusion “was not primarily providing or supporting expertise relating to legal advice; instead, it appears that the investigative firm’s primary, if not sole, function was to generate opposition research materials that the firm then shared widely,” Durham said this month.
“Meeting to agree on the express goal of a joint venture is precisely what happened here, on more than one occasion,” the special counsel said early Saturday morning.
The only question remaining in the Durham probe is how far will it go.
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