Attorney General William Barr held a press conference on the release of the final Mueller report on Thursday, confirming that zero evidence was uncovered indicating that President Donald Trump “colluded” with Russia.
However, the media clearly aren’t ready to move on.
In one memorable exchange with a reporter, Barr had to explain his conclusions in simple terms so the media could properly understand.
“You said [Trump] faced an unprecedented situation,” the reporter whined.
“Well, is there another precedent for it?” Barr asked.
“Well… no,” the reporter said.
“Okay, so unprecedented is an accurate description, isn't it?” Barr shot back.
“Yeah,” the reporter admitted.
“Okay,” Barr said, visibly satisfied.
Watch the video below:
The DOJ will release the full Mueller report on Thursday, which will essentially end the debate on whether Trump colluded with Russia during the 2016 election. CNN and MSNBC weren't taking it well.
Expect the liberal media to keep this narrative going as long as possible, even after a two-year investigation finds absolutely no evidence of collusion.
This is all Trump had to say on Thursday morning: