Donald Trump refused to deny he is an asset of the Russian government, and instead called the recent report by The New York Times "insulting" during an interview with Fox's Jeanine Pirro.
Fox's Shepard Smith and Judge Andrew Napolitano both agree that Mueller can likely prove that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians after it was revealed that Manafort shared polling data with a Russian operative.
Propagandist-in-chief on Fox, Sean Hannity, did his best to downplay the bad news for Trump in the newly released Manafort and Cohen memos, while continuing to attack the Mueller investigation as a "witch hunt" this Friday.
Sean Hannity continues his attacks on the Mueller probe during his opening monologue, where he desperately downplays the new Cohen and Manafort filings which dropped this Friday.
A bad week for Trump meant a bad week in the ratings for Hannity and his enablers over on Fox as well.
The incoming chair of the House intelligence committee, Rep. Adam Schiff explained to This Week host George Stephanopoulos why Trump and his businesses are compromised by the Russians and how the problem is "far broader than we thought."
Rep. Adam Schiff discusses the latest news on Roger Stone, Michael Cohen and the Mueller investigation with This Week host George Stephanopoulos.
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso refused to admit to Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that it just might be a problem to have a president compromised by the Russians.
Wyoming Sen. John Barrasso dances all around the question about whether it's a problem to have the president of the United States compromised by a hostile foreign government.
SNL's Michael Che: American Border Agents Gave Migrants 'A Fun Preview Of What It's Like To Be A Minority In America'
Saturday Night Live's Colin Jost and Michael Che took on Trump's choice of legal counsel and more during their Weekend Update segment.
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