in the vicinityVideoThe liberal talking points trump followers can expect to hear when the Mueller report is released
President Trump Fans can expect to hear the same liberal talking points of collusion and obstruction after the publication of the redacted Mueller report, a political analyst told Fox News.
David Brody, Christian Broadcasting Network chief political correspondent, appeared on “Fox & Friends” and the Democrats narrative of the Russian agreement with the trump campaign broke on Thursday before the report release.
“Donald Trump is the ultimate trump card, isn’t it?” Brody told Fox News chief national correspondent, Ed Henry. “No Collusion.”
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He added: “I think what we will see with the Democrats today is… to try to connect the dots, and Adam Schiff, go to some sort of arrangement diagram.”
Democrats, Brody charged, could end up contradicting yourself to make self-questioning, which found Mueller-despite previously praising him.
“The Democrats can’t have it both ways, here. They wanted a special Council, you got it. You said Miller is a fair man, and now all of a sudden, Müller does not know what he is talking about. That doesn’t work.”
Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer, a statement from the Barr press conference say they want to testify to the Miller’s, the Brody calls the “corners” strategy to find to find out a way, Mueller in front of the Congress.
Then he took aim at those in the media critical of Barr’s news conference, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. ET.
“The media are complaining about a press conference. Let me get this straight-Bill Barr will be a press conference, and you can ask him questions about a process. No, No, No, No. We do not want to do it. We don’t want the press conference? What in the world? It is upside down,” replied Brody.
Nearly two years of feverish speculation around the Russia probe, though, will come to a head in a dramatic TV finale-the moment, and on Thursday morning, as Barr and Deputy attorney Rod Rosenstein are set to hold a press conference to discuss the Mueller report, public-release.
It was not immediately clear when exactly on Thursday the Ministry of justice for the release of the redacted version of the almost 400-page investigation in the Russian election meddling, but the document was expected to be delivered to the legislature and published online by the lunch.
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Barr said the redactions in the report release is required by law.four broad areas of concern: sensitive grand jury matters, classified information, ongoing investigations and the protection of privacy or the reputation of uncharged “peripheral” people.
The Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, a Democrat, New York Rep. Jerrold Nadler has said that he is ready to issue subpoenas “very fast” for the full report when it is published with the blacked-out sections, likely setting in motion a major legal battle.