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John Oliver blasts moronic Fox News for claiming Trump is innocent of anything he’s ever been accused of

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After a week off, “Last Week Tonight” host John Oliver was back, just in time to comment on the summary from Attorney General Bill Barr on the report from the special counsel.

He showed a clip of the Fox News and defenders of President Donald Trump saying that it’s clear that nothing happened and the president has been completely exonerated. It’s odd given Mueller made it clear that Trump was not exonerated.

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“The only way [Robert] Mueller could have been clearer is to put hand-clap emojis between every word (does not exonerate him),” Oliver said.

In any other world, Oliver said he expected to see headlines like “President May Have Obstructed Justice,” yet, somehow the team over at Fox News was quick to claim the president was 100 percent innocent.

“The OJ Simson murders were not reported as ‘Affordable House Becomes Available In Brentwood,'” Oliver continued. “There’s something pretty big missing from that headline. And yet, all week long, the president’s supporters took that one piece of good news and rounded it up to two.”

“Normally this is where we’d do a deep dive into the details of the report, explaining all of the possible implications,” Oliver continued. “The problem is: we still haven’t seen it. Congress hasn’t seen it. Even the president hasn’t seen it. We only know what Trump’s own attorney general thinks we need to know. A man who, unsolicited, before he got his current job, sent top DOJ officials a memo ruling out obstruction of justice charges against the president. So, there are plenty of qualifiers and questions left here.”

He noted that it makes it even more strange to see Donald Trump’s supporters calling the investigation a waste of time and money. If the Mueller report was only just now becoming public and Americans saw the results of the investigation all at once, Oliver noted that people would have a different understanding.

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“Try and imagine that it all came out at once and that a single headline said: Russia confirmed to have interfered in election and president’s campaign manager, lawyer and multiple advisors convicted of crimes and Trump and his team lied about business with Russia, contact with Russians and Trump may have committed campaign finance violations to cover up affair with adult film star shortly after his wife gave birth and which he also attempted to continue but ended up sitting next to the adult film star in a hotel room and watching ‘Shark Week.'”

Watch Oliver’s full Fox News attack below:

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