Columnist and historian Victor Davis Hanson considers the accusation that President Trump colluded with Russia:
VICTOR DAVIS HANSON: I think we spent 95% of our investigatory resources, Congressional, independent, media, political, and we came up with nothing on the collusion. Where 95% of the narrative, whether it was the Steele dossier... or the unmasking and leaking, which one member who was unmasking claims now that the numbers unmasked do not match the times she did it. And now we have the Uranium One deal, the Podesta deal.
So now we have the investigators are being investigated because there was never collusion. The reason the Trump administration -- was this anger, hysteria, as you rightly surmised anger over the lost election that was blown, or was it an effort to overturn the election by impeaching or denigrating him to such a degree that he is ineffective ... or was it a pre-emptive active effort to disguise a lot of exposure in the scandals we just talked about?