Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook would not directly answer questions on MSNBC regarding allegations that the Assistant Attorney General for Legislative Affairs leaked non-public information to the Clinton campaign.
After host Steve Kornacki asked Mook about the claims, Mook deflected the question totally, citing Rudy Giuliani and the actions of FBI Director James Comey. “I think we should be asking if Rudy Giuliani was improperly given information or consulted as to what steps the FBI or the Justice Department should be taking,” Mook said.
Mook then criticized what he called a “false equivalencies” between allegations against that the Clinton campaign improperly received information from the DOJ and the steps Comey took during the course of his investigation.
“Hillary Clinton was singled out…there were potentially partisan motivations behind what was done,” Mook asserted about the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Comey and the FBI investigation have become the favorite targets of left-wing operatives and commentators who have been unable to accept the results of the election.
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