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Gowdy: Carter Page Interview Was ‘Sad’

House Intelligence Committee member Trey Gowdy (R-SC) admitted that the House Intel Committee’s interview with Carter Page was “one of the most painful interviews I have ever been part of. It was actually sad.”

Gowdy stated, “The Russians didn’t take him seriously. I don’t think the FBI took him seriously. I spent a long time interviewing him. If ever a witness needed to avail himself of his Sixth Amendment right to a lawyer, it was Carter Page. That was one of the most painful interviews I have ever been part of. It was actually sad. I think Democrats, if they were to be honest…they would tell you it was sad. He doesn’t know when to stop talking, and nobody takes him seriously. So, he’s not Jason Bourne. He’s not James Bond. If the FBI wanted to investigate him, fine, go do it. But why are you relying on opposition research by the DNC and not telling the court where you got it?”