Chuck Todd Interviews Bernie Sanders – NEVER Asks Him About His FBI Fraud Investigation (VIDEO)

Last week we learned that Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane are now being investigated by the FBI for bank fraud. Yet when Bernie appeared on Meet the Press this weekend, Chuck Todd didn’t ask a single question about it.

Do you think that was by accident?

The Daily Caller reports:

Watch Chuck Todd Ask Bernie Sanders Zero Questions About Being Under FBI Investigation [VIDEO]

Chuck Todd, the host of NBC’s “Meet The Press,” had seven minutes on Sunday to grill Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders about being the subject of an FBI investigation but let Sanders off the hook entirely.

Todd asked Sanders about his rhetoric, about the Republican health care bill and about the struggling Democratic party, but he did not ask the socialist senator once about the investigation into himself and his wife.

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CBS News reported on Saturday that both Sanders and his wife are the subject of an FBI investigation in relation to bank fraud that Jane Sanders allegedly committed as the president of Burlington College. Politico reported that the FBI is looking into allegations that Sen. Sanders’ office pressured a bank to approve a loan for the now defunct college that Jane is said to have obtained by lying on the loan application about the college’s funding. Both Bernie and Jane Sanders have hired prominent defense attorneys related to the investigation.

Todd was expected to press Sanders about the investigation during the Sunday interview.

Watch the video:

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