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Brit Hume slams John Brennan, the liberal media mea culpa on the Müller report: “too little, too late’

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Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume, the former Director of the CIA, John Brennan on “The story with Martha MacCallum” on Tuesday night for Brennan, the role of cementation in the rate of rise of the President Trump-Russian collusion claims in the mainstream media, which ultimately led to a cul-de-SAC.

On Monday, a day after Attorney General William Barr is a summary of the Müller published the results show, there was no evidence of Trump, or someone will steal him close co-operation with Russia, the 2016 election, Brennan admitted he got it wrong.

Hume went much further. “He was absolutely and completely wrong. From the get-go, he was wrong,” he said MacCallum, in view of the apology “too little, too late.”

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Brennan to blame poor information for his near-constant attacks on Trump. Brennan and Trump have regularly fought against each other, since Brennan left his post as CIA Director in January 2017.

“I think that Brennan is a very bad guy, and if you see it, a lot of things happened under his watch,” Trump told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson last July. “I think he is a very bad man.”

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Trump also revoke Brennan’s safety review in the year 2018.

Brennan, whose role helped in the Obama administration, the country and him a job as a MSNBC post, and lent his perspective on the national security of great gravitas, once warned that the Müller-probe showed “our nation’s future is at stake.”

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Hume said, now there must be a reckoning with the mainstream media: “The list of bad news is quite long.”

He added that liberal journalists are faced with debt, say the solutions are not: “What have you to do with us? Not for the story? We were the only Reporter to cover the story!”

He hoped that the settlement of the mainstream media would have to ask whose voice is on TV and what says this voice.

The onslaught of the reporting came from the TV to the columns of the critic, to digital think pieces: “It was everywhere, it’s all about you was around.”

Fox News’ Martha MacCallum contributed to this report.

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