The release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia Inquiry Report points out some journalists in excuse mode stating that they lack Mitt Romney's 2012 observations about the Kremlin's threat to US interests Paid attention. R-Utah ran for the president. And he described Russia as the largest geopolitical enemy of the United States.
At that time, Romney was "derided" of this position, "New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman tweeted on Friday," I was one of the reporters who should have given him more weight. "
The New York reporter Ronan Farrow also joined in. Washington Examiner correspondent David M. Drucker also said he wanted to "reset" his 201
ERIC SWALWELL: NO APOLOGY, Comments came when Romney got heat because he had criticized the president for allegations in the special envoy's report. "I am aware of the extent and permissiveness of the dishonesty and misleading individuals in the country." The country's top office, including the president, fell ill, "he said in a statement tweeted on Friday.
This brought a Saturday tweet from Trum With the statement that Romney had spent "the same energy for the fight against Barack Obama as for fighting Donald Trump, he could have won the race (maybe)!"
Both Democrats and Republicans have come out with the Report and its findings for American democracy. While the government celebrated the fact that no one helped Russia interfere in the 2016 elections, the Democrats have stressed the extent to which Russian interference has occurred.
CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APP Fox The news contributor, Donna Brazile, called the report a "wake-up call". "We had a foreign power, another government that interfered in our election," said Brazile, who served as interim chairman of the Democratic National Committee in 2016.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.