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MSNBC Hypes Dems ‘Bringing Mueller Report Alive’ With Stunt Hearings

CNSNews.com Monday, 10 June 2019
On Monday morning, MSNBC repeatedly touted House Democrats holding hearings to try to keep the Mueller report in the news after the results of Special Counsel’s Russia investigation disappointed liberal lawmakers and reporters. The coverage claimed President Trump’s political opponents were simply “educating the public” and “bringing the Mueller to life” with the partisan stunt.
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