Fox News host Shepard Smith noted on Thursday that Republicans have failed to divert attention away from special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian election interference.
On Thursday morning, Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee called for Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) to step down because Mueller’s report had not accused the president of a crime.
Smith pointed out that Attorney General William Barr has only provided Congress with a four-page summary of the report, which is said to be more than 300 pages.
“They want us to think this is over. It is not,” the Fox News host said. “We still have not seen the Mueller report and have only a four-page summary from the attorney general.”
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Trump bashed for ‘cruel and sad’ attack on Cindy McCain: ‘Truly no bottom to your disgusting piggery’
President Donald Trump bashed Sen. John McCain's widow for endorsing his rival Joe Biden, and his attack flopped.
Cindy McCain appeared on various TV news programs to announce that she'll endorse the president's Democratic challenger, and Trump insisted he barely knew the Republican senator's widow.
I hardly know Cindy McCain other than having put her on a Committee at her husband’s request. Joe Biden was John McCain’s lapdog. So many BAD decisions on Endless Wars & the V.A., which I brought from a horror show to HIGH APPROVAL. Never a fan of John. Cindy can have Sleepy Joe!
‘Expect violence from Trump supporters’: Paul Krugman issues dire warning of what’s to come in 2020 election
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman on Wednesday issued a dire warning about what's to come in the 2020 presidential election, and he predicted that supporters of President Donald Trump would try to violently disrupt voting.
"I wonder how many people are ready for just how bad the next six weeks plus are going to be," Krugman wrote on Twitter. "This is going to be the most dangerous election since 1860, with substantial odds that America as we know it will be damaged or even destroyed."
Trump’s campaign ‘is discussing contingency plans to bypass election results’ and keep him in power: report
A startling new report from The Atlantic claims that President Donald Trump's campaign is discussing truly radical measures aimed at keeping him in power even if he loses the 2020 presidential election.
The basic idea is to claim close swing-state losses by Trump are due to voter fraud -- and use that as a justification to install "loyal electors in battleground states where Republicans hold the legislative majority" to override voters and back Trump in the electoral college.