Democrats have been jumping to conclusions for two years. They and their friends in media have called Trump a traitor, and repeatedly said that he colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 election.
Now that the Mueller investigation is concluded, Schumer is talking very differently.
He was asked by a reporter if Trump is owed an apology and he said we can’t jump to conclusions.
Take a look:
Reporter: The indications are there are no new [Mueller] indictments… [Is] there an apology that needs to be made to the president?
Schumer: I think we should wait for the full report to be made public before jumping to any conclusionshttps://t.co/rZRZBQpTot pic.twitter.com/VUb9pBhVyw
— POLITICO (@politico) March 22, 2019
Real Clear Politics has a transcript of Schumer’s other remarks:
SEN. CHUCK SCHUMER: Now that special counsel Mueller has submitted his report to the attorney general, it is imperative for Mr. Barr to make the full report public. And provide its underlying documentation and findings to Congress. Attorney General Barr must not give President Trump, his lawyers, or his staff any speak preview of special counsel Mueller’s findings or evidence and the White House must not be allowed to interfere in decisions about what parts of the findings or evidence should be made public.
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The special counsel’s investigation focused on questions that go to the integrity of our democracy itself, whether foreign powers corruptly interfered in our elections, and whether unlawful means were used to hinder the investigation.
The American people have the right to the truth. The watchword is transparency.
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