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Sarah Sanders has 2 words for Dems salivating over Mueller report leaks: ‘Sore losers’

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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders dismissed Democrats as “sore losers” amid a growing frenzy over leaks of Robert Mueller’s report.

Sanders reacted to recent reports claiming that Attorney General Bill Barr’s summary of the special counsel’s report has “concerned” some on Mueller’s investigative team.


“Democrats continue to show day in and day out, that they’re nothing but sore losers. At some point, they have to realize that they have been by President Trump in the 2016 election,” Sanders told “Fox & Friends” Thursday.

“They’re getting beat by him day in and day out on issues that actually matter, and I think they’re a sad excuse for a political party right now,” she added. “At some point, they have to decide if they want to actually govern and they actually want to change things and make America better, and join the president in those efforts.”

The New York Times and The Washington Post were reporting that there were concerns over Barr’s announcement that there was no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, and that President Donald Trump did not obstruct justice during the course of Mueller’s investigation.

“Some members of Mr. Mueller’s team are concerned that because Mr. Barr created the first narrative of the special counsel’s findings, Americans’ views will have hardened before the investigation’s conclusions become public,” The New York Times reported.

Barr had announced that the Justice Department will release the special counsel’s report on the Russia investigation to Congress by “mid-April, if not sooner,” after the redactions – with Mueller’s assistance – had been made in the approximately 400-page document.

Another report in The Washington Post indicated that “members of Mueller’s team have complained to close associates that the evidence they gathered on obstruction was alarming and significant.”

One source was quoted saying “It was much more acute than Barr suggested.”

The DOJ also rejected claims by the Times and the Post:

The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald broke down the “last-gasp efforts” to find something to hold against Trump.

Never mind that Mueller concluded his report, with no further indictments and Barr summarized that the investigation did not find any evidence that Trump’s campaign “conspired or coordinated” with Russia in the 2016 election. After more than two years of collusion conspiracies, the investigation has turned out nothing on the scale of what the left had been hoping for.

Frieda Powers


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