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Washington Examiner chief political correspondent Byron York, said the Obama administration’s “self-pride”, when it came to dealing with the Russian disturbances during and in the aftermath of the 2016 presidential elections.
“The Obama administration was quite energetic and see what they have done to the trump campaign, during the campaign, but not so energetic in the actual view, or to stop, what did the Russians,” York said, “special report with Bret Baier.”
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“Remember, we knew from the time of the first revelations by WikiLeaks, which we knew during the Democratic National Convention, who is behind this. And the Obama administration did not do itself proud in this.”
Thursday’s release of the Special Counsel, to Robert Mueller’s disturbing report on Russia’s attempt to, during the 2016 elections, the focus, as the Obama administration faced the intervention, a question, President Trump even picked up on Thursday.
“Everything, what did the Russians, was about the election in 2016, during Obama became President tweeted,” Trump. “He was told, and she has done nothing! Most importantly, the vote was not affected.”
York also addressed the possible information gained from the investigation, such as the Russia-query began.
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“Müller did not publish,” exclaimed the scope memo, the Aug. 2 memo that Rod Rosenstein, Robert Mueller extension of his task wrote, and we still don’t know what he’s investigating actually. So Yes, it is said there are a lot of Links,” York.
Fox News’ Sam Dorman contributed to this report.