Those who spent the last two years promoting the story that the Trump campaign was co-ordinated with Russia during the 2016 presidential elections must be held accountable, federal editor-in-chief Mollie Hemingway argued on Friday.
Earlier in the day Robert Müller presented his report on the investigation in Russia to the Ministry of Justice, and it was announced that no new charges were pending.
The Fox News special report with Bret Baier, "Hemingway – along with Washington Free Beacon editor-in-chief Matthew Continetti and Reuters White House correspondent Jeff Mason – weighed on current Friday's All-Star panel segment News that resonated throughout Washington.
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Hemingway began by stating that the "Russia narrative" is older than the Mueller probe and had come into circulation in the course of 201
"We In the last three years … have often [witnessed] hysteria over treacherous collusion with Russia to steal the 2016 elections, "said Hemingway Panel. "The fact [is] that there are no more charges and the fact [is] that all the charges that we have seen so far are due to process crimes or things that are not related to what we think of so many People in the US were told media were "treacherous arrangements" to steal the 2016 elections. "
" If there is nothing that corresponds to what we have heard from the media for many years, there has to be a calculation and the people who spread this theory inside and outside the government who were not critical and themselves they must be held accountable, "she added.
" The people who spread this theory inside and outside the government … and who do not behave properly must be held accountable. "
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Mason told the jury that there was probably" some relief "in the White House Jare d Kushner, the president's son-in-law and chief adviser, and while insisting that it was "too early" to draw any important conclusions, added later that those who were credible during his investigation Muller asserted that they must retract their hostility when he concludes that there were no collusion, including President Trump.
Continetti pointed out that the Mueller report could be the "greatest anticlimax in American history" and that the entire investigation could be "vain" because it was an "investigation without crime", but he insisted that "the battle be continued" since the Wei e house is Congress for the transparency of the results of Mueller fight.