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MSNBC host Joe Scarborough called out President Obama for defending Hillary Clinton.
On Monday, MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” host blasted the president for interfering with the investigation into Hillary Clinton‘s handling of classified information.
Scarborough played a clip of Obama saying Clinton’s use of a private email server did not endanger national security.
“I continue to believe that she has not jeopardized America’s national security,” he said on Fox News Sunday before insisting that he does not talk to the Attorney General Loretta Lynch about the case.
“Can you guys believe what you just heard?” Scarborough said to his panel. “He said he wasn’t going to talk to the attorney general about the pending investigation, but he just did. As he did back in October when he said, ‘No national security issues here, nothing to see, move along.’”
Scarborough pointed out that the FBI complained about Obama’s defense of Hillary in October but that didn’t stop him from doing it again.
“He just did it again!” he said. “And then in the same interview said, ‘But I’m not talking to my attorney general about it.’ Talk about a rigged process.”
Scarborough called it “verdict first” and said he felt sorry for the FBI who has dozens of agents working on the case.
“What if you were the director of the FBI and you had been killing yourself to run a fair investigation and twice the President of the United States has made a fool of you by saying his investigation doesn’t matter, because the scales — the lady’s not blindfolded, I’m actually tipping the scales right now,” he asked Nicole Wallace.
“A criminal investigation is being rigged,” he lamented.
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