Appearing on Fox News Sunday, the former deputy campaign manager of Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential run admitted that conservatives engaged in a “vast right-wing conspiracy” to undermine the Clintons just as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton charged.
Speaking with host Chris Wallace, Bossie was describing Trump’s enemies when he made the admission.
“There is a vast left-wing conspiracy that has been going on since the president [Trump] won this election,” Bossie insisted. “All throughout the transition and through his first two years.”
“A vast left-wing conspiracy, similar to what Hillary Clinton used about a right-wing conspiracy,” he added as host Wallace interrupted him by saying, “Which incidentally didn’t turn out to be true.”
“No, it was true,” Bossie corrected the Fox News host. “Chris, there was an effort by the conservative movement to undermine President Clinton.”
David Bossie, it should be noted, was behind the Citizens United case, which was based on a movie attacking Hillary Clinton.
You can watch the video below via Twitter:
He also claims there's now a "vast left wing conspiracy," but it includes "Republican Establishment" 🤔
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Trump falsely claims he stopped his supporters from chanting ‘Send her back!’
On Wednesday night, President Donald Trump held a rally in Greenville, North Carolina, where he singled out Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), accusing her and the other Democratic congresswomen known as "the Squad" of not loving America.
In response, the crowd began to shout "Send her back!"
Trump allowed the crowd to continue the chant for a full 12 seconds before continuing his speech.
The next day, amidst criticism that he was riling up his fans to dangerous levels, Trump claimed that he had indeed shut down the chant, in direct contradiction to the video. New York Times journalist Peter Baker reported Trump's claim on Twitter.
Hope Hicks may have lied under oath that she wasn’t present when Trump and Cohen discussed Stormy Daniels
Newly unsealed documents in the campaign finance case where Michael Cohen pleaded guilty may provide evidence that Hope Hicks lied to Congress under oath.
According to the court documents, President Donald Trump, Hope Hicks and Cohen were all in communication about the hush-money payments to adult film star Stormy Daniels. Not only did Hicks discuss the payments with both men, she exchanged text messages and emails on the topic.
Anti-vaxxer threatened to kill Democratic congresswoman over vaccine bill: report
A Pentagon contractor has been charged with threatening to kill a U.S. Congresswoman over a bill that would require all public schools receiving federal funds to ensure all children are vaccinated.
The Daily Beast reports the court filing does not name the lawmaker, but they have determined it is Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL). It says Darryl Albert Varnum of Westminster, Maryland is the person named in the criminal complaint filed in federal court.