In 95 seconds, President Donald Trump proclaimed that there was “no collusion” a grand total of eight times during a press conference with the Norwegian Prime Minister.
On “The Situation Room,” host Wolf Blitzer played a supercut of the answer Trump gave when asked about special counsel Robert Mueller. While the question from the Fox News reporter was simply whether Trump intends to talk to Mueller, the president immediately proclaimed his innocence.
Check out the hilarious supercut video from CNN below with fun “dings” each time the president claims “no collusion.”
’Let ‘em go’: Ex-police commissioner lays into Buffalo cops who quit Emergency Response Team
On CNN Friday, former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey slammed the 57 Buffalo police officers who resigned from the city's Emergency Response Team in solidarity with a pair of officers investigated for shoving an elderly man to the ground and then lying about it.
"If they want to resign, they should resign from the department," said Ramsey. "They don't have a vote in what unit they're in or the running of that department. They would not be allowed to step down from those positions. If they want to resign from the police department, let 'em go, and I would not bring them back, it just means you have some slots you have to fill. That kind of stuff is ridiculous and can't be tolerated."
Justin Trudeau dons mask to attend anti-racism protests — and takes a knee in solidarity
While President Donald Trump refuses to wear a coronavirus mask and demanded "no kneeling" on Friday, there was a far different scene developing in Canada.
"Prime Minister Justin Trudeau knelt on the ground as part of a crowd gathered on Parliament Hill Friday afternoon, in solidarity with anti-racism demonstrators protesting police killings of Black people," CTV News reported Friday. "The demonstration is one of multiple events in Canada, following days of demonstrations against racism and police brutality in numerous American cities."