Gorka: Clear Evidence of 'Clinton Crime Cartel' Engaging in Pay-for-Play
Clinton says Uranium One story has been "debunked."
Dr. Sebastian Gorka said there's clear evidence of pay-for-play surrounding the Uranium One deal and the Clinton Foundation.
Hillary Clinton on Wednesday slammed what she described as an "abuse of power" after reports that the Trump administration was considering a special counsel to probe the controversial 2013 deal that gave Russia control of a large portion of the U.S. uranium supply.
Gorka, former deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, said on "Fox & Friends" that Clinton thinks she is above the law, but she is not.
"Not only do we know the FBI was investigating the Russian corruption in America - bribing people involved with the deal for uranium - we know that she was the chairman of the committee that had to approve that sale," Gorka said. "And at the same time ... her foundation received $145 million dollars and her husband received half a million dollars for one speech that he gave from the same people that were buying the uranium."
He added that an FBI informant claimed to have information about possible bribery surrounding the deal, but former Attorney General Loretta Lynch threatened him with prison time if he spoke out.
"That's how out-of-control the last administration and the Clinton crime cartel was. And now we need to have it investigated to the absolute ends of this trail," Gorka said.
Clinton, however, said accusations of wrongdoing around the Uranium One deal have been "debunked countless times" by journalists and independent experts.
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