Fox News host Neil Cavuto observed on Tuesday that Special Counsel John Durham's case against the FBI's Trump-Russia probe may have imploded.
Cavuto made the suggestion after a jury acquitted Russian analyst Igor Danchenko on four counts of making false statements to federal agents. Danchenko came under scrutiny over his role in the FBI's investigation of the so-called Steele dossier.
Supporters of former President Donald Trump were hopeful that Durham would succeed in proving that crimes were committed during the Trump-Russia investigation.
"You just have to wonder whether this could be Durham's swan song," Cavuto told reporter David Spunt. "This was something — you know, there was great expectation here. And it's just fizzled."
Spunt agreed that it was unlikely Durham will charge anyone else in the case.
"Not that Durham's imploding, I don't want to imply that, but that this whole case might be imploding," Cavuto observed.
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