Rep. Gowdy to Martha MacCallum: "What we want is the documents"
Washington, DC - Last night Rep. Gowdy joined Martha MacCallum to discuss the House Intelligence Committee issuing subpoenas to the FBI and the Department of Justice.
On the Steele dossier: "I would think everyone would want to know, did our premier law enforcement agency, the FBI, rely on this document to initiate a criminal probe, or in court filings, or in representations before a court. That is an eminently legitimate question, and I really don't know why it's taken the department this long to answer."
On James Comey: "There is a basis for which to question Director Comey on whether or not he reached a conclusion with respect to Hillary Clinton before he interviewed all of the witnesses. There is more than an evidentiary basis that he reached the conclusion before he interviewed her."
"It is not illegitimate to ask a law enforcement officer, did you make your mind up before the end of the investigation?"