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Donald Trump is Not Under an FBI Investigation. Bernie Sanders Is.

How do we know Donald Trump is not under an FBI investigation? Well, James Comey told us.

By Erick Erickson

He not only told us, but he told Chuck Schumer who, even after being told, still claimed President Trump was being investigation.

But we also know the President is not being investigated because everything has been leaked except that. The media, which has even leaked lies that they had to retract, has not leaked this. The President is not under investigation for collaborating with the Russians.

The irony here is rich. Democrats have rallied to Bernie Sanders as the leader of the opposition against Donald Trump. He attracts huge crowds across the nation. One of his acolytes tried to assassinate members of Congress. And Bernie Sanders is under investigation by the FBI, unlike the President.

In fact, Sanders and his wife are both under investigation stemming from a bank loan. The FBI is investigating whether Sanders used his position to pressure the bank to give a college in Vermont a loan. His wife was the president of the college and signed the paperwork.

So President Trump did not pressure James Comey, but Bernie Sanders might have pressured a bank. The FBI is now investigating And still the left will rally to Sanders because they really do not care about the allegations. They just hate Donald Trump.

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