Those who spent the past two years, pushing for a story that Trump's campaign was able to negotiate with Russia during the 2016 presidential election, should be held accountable, argued the chief editor of federalist Moli Hemingway on the same day  Robert Muller's Special Advisor handed over to the Justice Department a report on Russia's investigation, and it was announced that there would be no new indictment.
During the All-Star section at Fox News's Special Report with Brattle Bayer, Hemingway, along with editor-in-chief Washington Free Beacon Matthew Connetti and White House correspondent Jates Jeff Jaff, weighed on the latest news, which displayed throughout Washington.
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Hemingway began by pointing out that the "Russian narrative" preceded Muller's study, beginning to spread throughout the 201
"We have, over the last three years … often [witnessed]] Hysteria on the state consent to Russia on the abduction of the 2016 elections," Hemingway said. "The fact [is] that there is no more indictment and the fact [is] that all the charges we have seen so far have been for procedural crimes or things that are not related to what so many people told us in The media was "betrayal" to steal the 2016 election.
"If there is nothing that corresponds to what we have heard from the media for many years, it is necessary to have a calculation and people who disseminate this theory both inside and outside the government, which are not critical and have not acted properly, must be answered ", – she added.
"People who spread this theory both inside and outside the government … and who did not behave properly
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Meanwhile, Connettinet suggested that Muller's report might be "the largest anti-climax in American history," and that all investigations could be "supposedly" because it's "an investigation without a crime." the battle will continue "as the White House will fight the Congress on the transparency of Müller's conclusions.