‘The Five’, what to expect from the Mueller report

nearvideo William Barr, Rod Rosenstein to hold press conference on the Thursday morning release of Mueller report

“The Five” spent time on Wednesday to discuss what to expect set for Thursday from Democrats and from the media as attorney General William Barr versions of an edited version of the Mueller report-an action -.

We already know the top-line conclusion. There was no collusion, in fact, there is no effort to collusion, and the Russians are trying to collude, and the trump team said no,” co-host Dan Bongino said.

“My question goes to the front, what the hell is Bob Mueller was to do for 675 days?”


Co-host and liberal commentator, Marie Harf, believes President Trump tries before the report, and he speculated maybe “awkward” on Thursday.

“It seems a little as he tries to pre-empt what he knows is not a uniformly good testimony for him. There are things in this report that are embarrassing, that all of us sitting around this table would say, I would never have done that if I worked on a presidential campaign. I think Trump knows this and is trying to come forward,” Harf said.

Co-host Jesse Watters said the negative information is expected, when it comes to a comprehensive report.

“It is some derogatory information in it. Because that was very Brutal, Intrusive audit of the administration and the campaign. You will get some error and this was carried out by a kind of wild and — not evil, but evil partisan Democrats, with a lot of liberal family tree. You are going to find out some things, but overall, no disability, no collusion,” said Watters.


Watters and co-host Greg Gutfeld specifically, called CNN, and other key players in the mainstream media for their relentless focus on the Müller report.

“I just don’t know how CNN will handle it, because this last week, you had the worst week all by 2019,” said Watters. “You have to make a choice. You can now report real news about Spygate, or are you to push more fake news? You lost on the Food Network last week, which means that people would prefer to cook for a pot, then CNN.”

“It’s really about the Russians and how they manipulated the media, not the voters. The agreement was said to Russia to play the media for suckers,” Gutfeld.

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