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Sean Hannity: Mueller Is ‘Full of Crap’

Michael Morris
By Michael Morris | May 31, 2019 | 2:19 PM EDT

Nationally syndicated radio talk show host, TV host and author Sean Hannity (Screenshot)

On his nationally syndicated radio talk show “The Sean Hannity Show” on Wednesday, host Sean Hannity blasted Special Counsel Robert Mueller as being “full of crap.”

“This nine minute press conference by [Special Counsel] Robert Mueller – first of all, he’s full of crap,” stated Sean Hannity. “I mean, it’s laughable on the surface what he is saying.”

Sean Hannity’s remarks came after Special Counsel Robert Mueller, during a press conference, said “If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so. We did not, however, make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime. The introduction to the volume 2 of our report explains that decision,” reported CNSNews.com.

Below is a transcript, in pertinent part, of Sean Hannity’s comments from his show on Wednesday:

“This nine minute press conference by [Special Counsel] Robert Mueller – first of all, he’s full of crap. I mean, it’s laughable on the surface what he is saying.

“I promise you, they would have spelled it out so clearly with zero ambiguity, and there would be absolute certainty that Donald Trump had committed some crime. They did not even come close to that.

“The interesting thing is to watch all of this noise begin again because it’s going to die down again because there’s no meat on the bone, there’s no substance here for any of them.

“And yeah, Mueller’s playing a political game at this point, but it’s a little more sinister and a lot deeper than I think most people are picking up on. The real message from Mueller today was – ‘Don’t talk to me ever again. I’m done. You guys go play politics. I gave you— I’m giving you a little political bone to chew on here. But no, we didn’t have what you wanted, and I know you’re all disappointed. And I know you all hate the fact that the independent counsel statute was changed after the Clinton case and this is actually the attorney general’s decision.

“The interesting part is he’s contradicted himself numerous times as it relates to this very issue, and I don’t think he’s aware of it. And you know, all this is is innuendo.”

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