The right looks at Hillary Clinton’s role in launching the dossier


A roundup of editorials Monday takes a look at the role Hillary Clinton’s campaign played in the investigation of Russian interference in U.S. elections.

Opinions from the right:

1. Clinton fingerprints all over FBI's Trump investigation
From The Federalist: Three pieces of information the FBI used to surveil Carter Page can be linked to the Democrats.

2. Scandal deepens for Hillary and Obama
The Las Vegas Review-Journal: Is it time to start asking what President Barack Obama knew about FBI operations?

3. Peeling back the layers of the Clinton campaign's deceit
From The New York Post: Providing questionable material to launch an FBI investigation in 2016 may be the only victory the Clinton campaign can claim.


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