in the vicinityVideoRep. Swalwell: the only person caught lying about Russia is the President
President Trump caught lying about his connections to Russia, regardless of the Mueller-probe the results was that worried should the American people, House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Eric Swalwell calculated.
“The only person who was caught lying about Russia is the President,” the rumor 2020 presidential candidate, said during an appearance on “The history with Martha MacCallum” on Tuesday.
“He said he had no business relations with Russia, and we have now had learned that he shops all the way up to and through the primaries.”
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MacCallum then grilled the California Democrat, in a statement he made during a previous TV appearance in which he agreed with President Trump, in cooperation with the Russians.
“Donald Trump works to the Russian name” Swalwell said. “If he’s Putin meets with Vladimir that he is not the Land of what was said and he took in the essence, the notes of the interpreter is saying.
“It scares me, and I think, Martha, there is fear, you should. But, just because he’s so far not criminally accused of collusion does not mean that he is not carried out despicable conduct with the Russians.”
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Swalwell also similarities between Trump attracted the situation and that the actor Jussie Smollett, who had shockingly dropped all charges against him on Tuesday for the alleged organization of a violent hate-crime against yourself.
Swalwell is of the opinion that in the case of Smollett, he is not the criminal process, even if many believe that he is, in fact, guilty of masterminding the crime. In Donald Trump’s case, Swalwell argues that it is possible that the President could not have always committed crimes, although they are accused of.
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“I agree with Robert Müller and accept his conclusion that the President is not criminal collusion, but if the best day in his presidency that he has not been indicted for criminal collusion, we still have problems, and this is what I think should be solved, and not by the full Mueller report,” he concluded.