In her Angle commentary, Laura Ingraham said members of the alleged "anti-Trump hit squad" in the Department of Justice should be prosecuted to the "fullest extent of the law."

Ingraham said that after President Trump demanded that the DOJ look into whether his campaign was surveilled by Obama-era FBI officials, the department decided to open an inspector general investigation.

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But, Ingraham said that DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz does not have the power to prosecute, but only to conclude that there was wrongdoing.

Ingraham said all Americans, including Trump, have the right to know who if anyone spied on the Republican's campaign and who in the federal government was a part of the "anti-Trump hit squad."

She called the allegations an "obscene abuse of power."

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