They’re ‘dirty cops’ and ‘I NEVER worked for Russia’: Furious Trump attacks FBI ‘scoundrels’ for investigating whether he was Putin’s puppet

Monday, January 14, 2019
By Paul Martin

President Trump tweeted about low gas prices pinching Russia
He asked if this is bad for Russia, ‘Why would President Trump do such a thing?’
Then he mocked: ‘Thought he worked for Kremlin?’
Congressional transcripts reveal top FBI officials concerns about Moscow following Trump’s firing of James Comey
Former FBI general counsel asked if Trump was ‘acting at the behest of’ Russia and ‘executing their will’

14 January 2019

President Donald Trump denied Monday that he was ever a foreign agent of Russia.

Trump has been asked the question during a phone interview on Fox News over the weekend but did not deny the claim directly. But Monday, as a backlash mounted, he denied the claim that appeared in the New York Times as part of an article revealing an FBI counterintelligence investigation into the allegation.

‘I never worked for Russia, and you know that answer better than anybody,’ he told a reporter as he left a snowy White House for Louisiana. ‘Not only did never work for Russia, I think it’s a disgrace that you even asked that question, because it’s a whole big fat hoax.’

Trump claimed two disgraced, former FBI agents who worked on the special counsel investigation into him after he fired James Comey are ‘known scoundrels,’ and that’s why they launched a probe into his relationship with Russia after ‘Crooked Hillary’ failed in her bid for the presidency.

‘I guess you could say they’re dirty cops,’ he claimed as he lit into favorite targets Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

The president said that their conduct was ‘so unfair’ to the bureau’s rank and file.

Earlier in the morning he mocked reports that the FBI opened a counterintelligence probe of his activities following his firing of Comey, needling critics who ‘thought he worked for the Kremlin’ in a tweet that made light of the allegations against him.

The president noted a drop in gas prices, which is harmful to oil-exporting Russia – although market-driven global oil prices are thought to be far beyond control of any single official including the president.

‘Gas prices drop across the United States because President Trump has deregulated Energy and we are now producing a great deal more oil than ever before,’ Trump wrote on Twitter Monday morning.

‘But this is bad news for Russia, why would President Trump do such a thing? Thought he worked for Kremlin?’ Trump asked.

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