Bossie: 'Disturbing' to See Dems Play Politics With FBI Director Pick
A growing number of Democrat lawmakers have said they will refuse to consider a new FBI director unless a special prosecutor is appointed to investigate potential ties between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia.
On "Fox & Friends" this morning, David Bossie, who served as Trump's deputy campaign manager, said it's "disturbing" to see Democrats playing politics with a role as important as FBI director.
"Saying you're going to slow down or shut down the Senate in such a hyper-partisan way is really a dangerous thing for our democracy," Bossie said.
He said that Democrats are clearly trying to relitigate the 2016 election and do everything possible to slow down Trump's legislative agenda.
He said Trump was elected to bring change to Washington, D.C., and that's why he's being met with such strong resistance from the Democrat Party.
"These people are hysterical," Bossie said. "The American people need to wake up and understand that the Democrats offer them nothing for their families, for their kids' education, for their jobs or their health care. They only offer more of the same, which is a broken status quo."
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