Hannity Goes After NYT Over Report on Mueller Questions: My Sources Say They’re ‘Full of Crap’
“I am told by my sources tonight that The New York Times is full of crap.”
That was how Sean Hannity first reacted to the big new report from The New York Times tonight with the list of questions Robert Mueller has for President Trump.
And he said his sources told him “a lot of those questions are not the questions that the special counsel is asking.”
Hannity said it’s clearly a leak from Mueller’s office. Fox News contributor Sara Carter called it a “disinformation campaign.”
Hannity agreed and said the press is being fed “lies, disinformation to manipulate the American people.”
“This is America becoming Venezuela,” he declared, before going through some of the questions. He read them off in disbelief and said, “These New York Times questions––you could use it to burn in your fireplace tonight.”
He asked Carter where the questions came from. Carter said they were probably leaked by people “from the special counsel.”
“Or somebody at the special counsel’s talking to Brennan and Clapper?” Hannity wondered. “Maybe the corrupt Andrew Weissmann and company?”
Watch above, via Fox News.
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