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Post-Mueller-report, journalists reconsider dealing with Romney’s 2012 Russia forecast

The release of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller is Russia’s probe report has some journalists in the apology mode, saying that you have to Mitt little attention to Romney’s 2012 observations about the Kremlin, the threat to U.S. interests.

Back in 2012, Senator Romney. R-Utah, ran for President. And he called on Russia than the United States ” the greatest geopolitical enemy.

At the time, Romney “was widely mocked” this position”, New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman tweeted on Friday. “I was among the reporters to have given it more weight.”

New York reporter Ronan Farrow also joined in. Thus, Washington Examiner correspondent David M. printer, who said he wanted a “reset” in 2017, his op-ed entitled “Romney was right about Russia.”

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The people on Twitter panned by journalists for the issuing of those instructions, what you were disingenuous.

Their comments came as Romney caught heat for the criticism of the President over the allegations in the special counsel’s report. “I’m disgusted at the extent and distribution of fake and misleading the people in the highest office of the country, including the President,” he said in a statement tweeted Friday.

Both Democrats and Republicans have seized on the report and what it meant his results for the American democracy. While the administration is the fact that no one has helped Russia to interfere in the 2016 celebrated the election, Democrats, emphasized the extent to which the Russian interference will not occur.

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Fox News contributor Donna Brazile called the report a “wake-up call.” “We had a foreign power, a government in our elections,” said Brazile, who served as interim Chairman of the Democratic National Committee in 2016.

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