close tovideo Democrats accept Müller’s report is right and move on: former Clinton Advisor
Democrats risk a voter “game room”, if you do not accept, the Mueller report without collusion with respect to Russia and the trump campaign, the former Clinton political adviser Mark Penn said on Monday.
Penn said on “Fox & Friends” he worked with Bill Clinton on impeachment in 1998, and after it was over, America didn’t want to hear it again.
“The question really is, will America keep saying the same thing, or Democrats, as if you have to do an investigation, which is even larger than the Müller-investigation, which is impossible, because the resources that he had,” said Penn, who also worked with Hillary Clinton on their presidential runs.
He said that the other election is for the Democrats, to admit, Müller was on the right, and move on.
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“If you say that, I think, can be said to get more votes,” Penn. “If you do not go, for a possible counter-movement.”
To keep Penn ‘ came s comments, as the Democrats in the house vowed the investigation into Trump and his business, despite the conclusions of the Müller report.
Penn said Müller of the finding that the Trump campaign conspire or coordinate with Russia to influence the election of 2016 could not be clearer. Attorney General William Barr revealed these findings Sunday.
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“The question is, if you fight an election, you don’t want to disappoint their base was revved over the Russia-conspiracy for two years,” he said.
But the swing-voters are very different, Penn said.
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“You’re going to see, you go to have a look to the headline, you go to The New York Times, the additional information that comes out, and say, ‘Wow, that was never a real conspiracy at all. As we have two years of America waste about this?'”