On Friday, the liberal media was ecstatic about reports that President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn was prepared to reveal collusion between Trump and Russia during the election process. But what they thought would be a mountain of evidence against the president, leading to his impeachment, was instead merely a molehill.
The stock market on Friday, which was initially doing very well, plummeted upon the news that Trump might be in deep trouble. But after it was revealed that Flynn actually spoke with Russia after the election, their conversation was about America working with Russia and other allies to fight ISIS, and no Russian plot to help Trump win the election was revealed, the stock market roared back to life.
Still, on Monday, reporters were badgering Trump about Flynn, who plead guilty on Friday to lying to the FBI about talking to Russia — the same lie that led the Trump administration to fire Flynn shortly after he started his national security adviser job. As he prepared to board Marine One, according to the New York Times, Trump fired a powerful comeback at the reporters.
“Well, I feel badly for Gen. Flynn. I feel badly,” Trump said. “He’s lead a very strong life, and I feel badly, John.”
But then he added, “I will say this. Hillary Clinton lied many times to the FBI. Nothing happened to her. Flynn lied, and they destroyed his life. I think it’s a shame.”
“Hillary Clinton, on the Fourth of July weekend, went to the FBI, not under the oath — it was the most incredible thing anyone has ever seen. She lied many times; nothing happened to her. Flynn lied, and it’s like...they ruined his life. It’s very unfair,” he concluded.
With that, he said, “Thank you very much,” waved at reporters, and walked away as the media continued to shout more questions.
Watch as conservative media analyst Mark Dice presents video of that mic-drop moment and reveals recent developments that show how the Trump-Russia collusion investigation keeps falling apart:
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