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Former White House adviser Dr. Sebastian Gorka said the federal investigation into collusion and other alleged untoward behavior during the 2016 presidential election should be renamed "ObamaGate."

Gorka said the focus on Trump is largely unwarranted and that the Clinton email scandal side of the story is the real issue at hand.

"The Obama administration wanted Hillary to win," Gorka said.

He said Clinton was in turn "protected" by the Obama Justice Department.

"Her felonious use of a private server to send classified information... implicated the president himself," Gorka said.

Gorka said former President Obama was likely concerned that if Clinton was prosecuted in the case, he may have been too.

"[It] should be renamed ObamaGate," he said.

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