Fox News Democratic strategist and contributor Jessica Tarlov called on House Democrats to disclose the results of their investigations into Russia that incriminate President Donald Trump.
Long before special advocate, Robert Mueller, determined that the Trump campaign was not in collusion with Russia in the 2016 election, several Democratic lawmakers, including the chairman of the committee House intelligence, Adam Schiff, representative of Calif and Eric Swalwell, told many media they had seen "ample evidence" that proved the existence of collusion.
Tarlov began by insisting that the Democrats would accept Mueller's conclusions once his report was made public. She also urged Democrats in the House who said they saw evidence of collusion to release them as well.
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"People who said they had evidence of collusion should present it," Tarlov told Shannon Bream of Fox News. "We are obviously not aware of everything that Adam Schiff has seen, although I imagine that Bob Mueller was and more. But Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell, et cetera, should present this evidence to the American people. I want as much information as possible. "
He said a special lawyer had published a report on Hillary Clinton and that Attorney General Loretta Lynch had only published a four-page summary, with the Conservatives "turning around".
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"Congress voted 420-0 to publish the Mueller report," Tarlov continued. "I know we'll get it in the end, but I do not see what's the problem."