CNN’s Dana bash may not be the dumbest person on TV but she is definitely in the top two. The Mueller report is out and after 22 months, 30 million dollars, 19 Trump hating lawyers, millions of pages of evidence, over 500 subpoenas, 500 witnesses and 1653 fake news stories.
Mueller ascertained that President Trump did not collude with Russia and neither did anyone working on his campaign. Then, Bash after a manicure, a cafe latte and an arugula salad with cranberries, declared that Trump colluded with Russia in the truest sense of the word. I would have expected from her after a fifth of bourbon but not after a cafe latte.
Despite Attorney General William Barr saying otherwise, CNN contributor Dana Bash made the bizarre declaration Thursday that there was collusion between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia.
“There was no conspiracy, but it turns out, maybe I’m answering my own question, that, I’m sorry, but there was ‘collusion’ when you look at the actual definition of that term,” Bash said.
CNN’s Jake Tapper replied that “collusion” is not a “legal term.”
“It’s not a legal term. That’s exactly right,” Bash replied.
She continued, “There wasn’t conspiracy, there was no crime committed, according to the special counsel, but on page after page after page, instance after instance, you see people within the Trump campaign, and the Russians, talking to, coordinating with one another, starting with what you said at the beginning when we first got this…Don Jr., to other instances, the Trump Tower meeting … with Wikileaks. It goes on and on.”
“Not criminal, but, ‘collusion’ in the truest definition of the word.”
Special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of the Trump campaign working with Russia during the 2016 election, which contradicted Bash’s assertions.