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"I would ask him, why on earth he thought it was important to be a lead investigator in the Hillary Clinton matter and the Donald Trump matter when he expressed so much bias. Things like we will stop it, we have an insurance policy, no one should vote for Donald Trump for President of the United States. That kind of person should not be engaged in either one of those investigations because they have extreme bias that is not fitting for such important investigations as these."

---House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte on what he would ask Peter Strzok

Chairman of House Judiciary Committee Congressman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) spoke with Brian Kilmeade about his immigration reform bill and the "consensus" bill being debated in congress, being sympathetic to children getting separated from their parents when taken into custody at the border and the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee joining the House Judiciary Committee for a joint hearing to interview Inspector General Michael Horowitz which will focus on special treatment Hillary Clinton received from the FBI investigation. Goodlatte also wants to know how these same people transferred over to the Trump investigation and how the bias they outwardly showed against him during the campaign. Plus, Goodlatte on allowing Robert Mueller to do his work and how after a year there has been no evidence of Russian collision with the Donald Trump Presidential campaign.

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