Hannity: Trump Is Playing Media, Democrats 'Like A Flute' On Campaign Help

Remigio Civitarese
Giugno 14, 2019

Democrats outraged over Trump's comment saying he would listen to foreign entities with information on a political opponent.

He dodged out of a more specific question though, when host Brian Kilmeade presented him with a hypothetical situation of a world leader offering him damaging information on a political opponent in the course of a normal meeting or summit.

Replied Trump: "I think maybe you do both".

Sen. Mark Warner, Virginia Democrat, tried to get consent to speed the bill through the chamber, saying the need was pressing after President Trump said this week that he would listen to any offers, and might not report them. We talked about "Everything!" If somebody called from a country, Norway, "we have information on your opponent"-oh, I think I'd want to hear it".

"And because he knew they couldn't resist the story about the Trump campaign and foreign intelligence, he knew how desperate they are to keep the Russian Federation hoax alive and, as per usual, he was right", Hannity added before praising his show, Hannity, and Fox News for being right about their predictions of media coverage about Trump's statement. "They purposely leave out the part that matters", he added. "He's glad his son didn't call the Federal Bureau of Investigation about Russian help and says he wouldn't call them in 2020". The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee expressed alarm at Trump's comments.

In 2018, leaked text messages show how Sen.

Then, research firm Fusion GPS was hired, and it, in turn, hired British spy Christopher Steele to produce a dossier that was used to investigate former Trump aide Carter Page and others, said Hannity.

Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) announced he supported impeachment after Trump's comments. Beto O'Rourke agreed, and said by openly welcoming "foreign help to win an election", Trump "threatens the very core of our democracy. An American President should not seek their aid and abet those who seek to undermine democracy." Sen.

The dossier's still-unverified claims served as the foundation of the Trump-Russia narrative generated by legacy media outlets, anti-Trump politicians, and Obama administration officials. They even had an "insurance policy" just in case Crooked Hillary Clinton and the Democrats lost their race for the Presidency!

Harris, who served as California attorney general before elected to the Senate, said every American needs to be held accountable, including the president - making reference to potential obstruction of justice during the Russian Federation investigation.

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