Syndicated radio host Rush Limbaugh responds to former FBI director James Comey's testimony in the Senate Intel Committee. He said Comey is "dropping news for both sides here" but "the bottom line is not going to change."
LIMBAUGH: That, by the way, is one of the first things Comey said: His feelings were hurt. (impression) “I feeling really hurt. The president lied about me, he lied about the FBI, and I just want to say: You agents of the FBI, I have never been honored more and I have never been happier and I have never been more proud to work with a great bunch of people like you! And it really hurt my feel when the president lied about me and lied about you!” (scoffs) Save me! What is this, Boys Nation? What are we, a bunch of 16-year-olds here?
Anyway, CNN has been running that graphic. That’s the big news to them, that Comey said that “the Trump administration lied about me and the FBI.” That’s what I mean. CNN, as far as they’re concerned, no need to change anything here because Comey admitted that Trump lied, period. Doesn’t matter about what. So we have audio sound bites. We’re gonna make… We’re gonna do this, folks, understand this. But I’m just telling you that Trump has been fully exonerated of everything you think, based on the media, he did. He has been fully exonerated — and damn it, it’s not gonna change anything.
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