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Mike Huckabee reacted to the removal of FBI counterintelligence division agent Peter Strzok from Robert Mueller's special investigation into President Trump and possible Russian collusion.

Strzok was removed from the probe after it was revealed he had disseminated several anti-Trump messages.

Huckabee said the allegations "fit" because "Bob Mueller is a close pal of [James] Comey."

He said there are a "whole bunch of investigators who are Hillary Clinton donors and supporters."

"This whole investigation stinks worse than cabbage cooking in a small, unventilated kitchen - with sardines on the side," he said.

Huckabee called for an "investigation of the investigation" to see if the probe was based on the "phony dossier" funded by DNC sources.

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