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Trey Gowdy excoriates hypocritical media that ignored stonewalling of Congress from Obama admin

An interesting interview of one former congressman by another former congressman

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In an interview of former congressman Trey Gowdy by former congressman Jason Chaffetz, they excoriate the absence of outrage from the media when the Obama administration stonewalled investigations by Congress.

Gowdy praised Chaffetz for trying to speak to the media when he was in Congress, but then decried them for their "duplicity" and unfair "relativism."

"Hey, how about six years worth of not being able to get information from President Obama's administration?" he responded.

"I mean, where was the outrage?" he asked rhetorically.

Chaffetz agreed.

"Where are the Politico, [The] Hill, Washington Post articles about how outrageous it is the executive branch was not cooperating with legitimate oversight?" he asked.

"You don't see any of it!" Gowdy exclaimed.

"So look i get that our former line of work ain't that popular," he continued, "but folks in the media are not trusted as much as we need them to be in a robust, thriving democracy, and at some point, they need to ask themselves, I wonder why we're not trusted, I wonder why people think we're in the tank for Democrats?"

Later in the interview, Gowdy also mocked former Deputy Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe for recent comments where he said that the president should be impeached.

"I really don't know anyone who gives a damn what Andy McCabe thinks about impeachment and Donald Trump," said Gowdy. "I really don't, other than the reporter that asked him!"

Here's the video Gowdy's interview:

Gowdy rips House Dems' hearings: 'Pathetic, sad, don't benefit anyone' www.youtube.com

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