Laura Ingraham revealed on Tuesday that a third member of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team, which is investigating connections between the Trump campaign and Russian officials, has been discovered to have strong political biases that compromise their role in the investigation.
In an exclusive, Ingraham revealed that Jeannie Rhee, who is a member of Mueller’s legal team that is going after Trump, has ties to the Obama administration, the Clinton Foundation, former Obama officials, and donated heavily to the Democrats.
Rhee, who was hired over the summer to work on the investigation, worked for the Obama Justice Department as a deputy assistant attorney general where she offered legal advice to the Obama administration.
Rhee also was the personal attorney for former Obama official Ben Rhodes and represented the Clinton Foundation.
The Boston Herald added:
Jeannie Rhee has given more than $16,000 to Democrats since 2008. She also maxed out donations both in 2015 and 2016 to Clinton’s presidential campaign. Rhee also represented Clinton in a legal case involving access to her private emails and defended the Clinton Foundation in a former racketeering suit.
Ingraham concluded by pointing out that Rhee is now the third member of Mueller’s team that has been shown to have a strong anti-Trump or pro-Hillary bias. The Fox News host called for Mueller to resign from the investigation.