Sen. Roy Blunt on Sunday said he was “concerned” about the FBI’s behavior in the campaigns of both President Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
In an interview on “Fox News Sunday,” the Missouri Republican, who serves on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said it “would be fine to find out what the Russians were doing” from an FBI informant, though “it would not be fine to find out what the campaign was doing” as Trump has suggested.
"I'm frankly concerned about a lot of the things we saw happen between the FBI and both campaigns,” he said, “getting involved with the Clinton campaign at two different times, both of which I thought [led to] questionable conclusions.”
“And if you actually did have someone trying to find out from the campaign what was going on in the campaign and who they were talking to as opposed to legitimately having reasons to believe that they should be there, we will see,” he said of the FBI informant reaching out to Trump campaign members.
"It's taking a long time to get this information from the FBI and frankly from the national security team,” he complained.
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