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What's it going to take to actually get a special counsel?>> It would take factual basis, meets standards of the appointment of a special council. And we will use the proper standards, and that's the only thing I can tell you, Mr. Jordan.>> I appreciate->> You can have your idea, but sometimes, we have to study what the facts are, and to evaluate whether it meets the standard or requires-
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>> Well said. So let me ask you this. So if in fact->> A special council.>> And it sure looks like, a major political party was working with the federal government, to then turn an opposition research document, the equivalent of some National Inquirer story, into an intelligence document.
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Take that to the FISA court, so that they can then get a warrant to spy on Americans associated with President Trump's campaign. That's what it looks like. And I'm asking you, doesn't that warrant in addition to all the things we know about James Comey in 2016? Doesn't that warrant naming a second special counsel?
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>> Well, Mr. Kellam is no longer the director of the FBI.>> Thank goodness.>> We have an excellent man of integrity, and ability in Chris Ray, and I think he's gonna do an outstanding job, and I'm very happy about that.>> He's not here today, Attorney General Sessions and you are and I'm asking for special
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>> And I would say looks like it is not enough basis to appoint a special counsel.>> Time for the gentleman has expired. Chair recognizes