Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said he plans to send a letter asking other countries to cooperate with the Justice Department’s (DOJ) probe into the origins of the Mueller investigation.
Graham, during an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Monday, knocked a New York Times report about President Trump asking the Australian government to assist Attorney General Bill Barr as part of the DOJ investigation.
“Barr should be talking Australia. He should be talking to Italy. He should be talking to the UK to find out if their intelligence services worked with our intelligence services improperly to open up a counterintelligence investigation of Trump’s campaign. If he’s not doing that he’s not doing a job,” Graham said.
“So I’m going to write a letter to all three countries … asking them to cooperate with Barr,” he added.
The White House and the Department of Justice continue to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation despite the Democrats increased push for impeachment.