“I’m not prepared to put a timeline on it,” Defense Secretary Mark Esper said.
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The convoluted right-wing theory posits that a tech company framed Russia for the 2016 DNC hacks because its co-founder is Ukrainian.
“How do you think his son is feeling after embezzling a lot of money?” Trump exclaimed. “A lot of crookedness, he is not feeling too good. Maybe Lock Her Up! goes to Lock Him Up!”
“I’ve been seeing this poll everywhere and I know it’s a Fox News poll but we got to point out that it’s weighted toward Democrats,” Greg Gutfeld said.
She also suggested Rand Paul has “blood on his hands.”
“I tried to bring up the topic in Beijing,” he said. “Just tell me what happened with Hunter Biden. I have never seen them get so secretive in my life.”
“It’s gone both ways,” McDaniel deflected. “I’m not getting in the middle, they are perfectly capable of conveying what they think to each other.”
The White House reporter, who has long flirted with alt-right conspiracies, also referred to the source of the Ukraine scandal as a “so-called” whistleblower.
“If you look at the hate and the division and the cruelty that’s now common—it wasn’t common 10 years ago. Twitter’s a huge part of that,” the Fox News star said.
A year ago the right-wing Fox News host told the league’s biggest star to “shut up and dribble” instead of talk Trump. But now she demands they speak out about China.