Trey Gowdy: Russian Interference Allegations Are Reckless

Because of the Democrats President Trump didn’t do his job at peace. The Democrats didn’t respect our president as he should be respected. That’s why Rep. Try Gowdy chose to address Congressional Democrats, he is one of the few people how had it enough from this madness from the Democrats.

Rep. Gowdy slammed Democrat members of Congress because of their “reckless, baseless allegations” about the President’s relations with Russians. Democrats were loudly expressing their criticism, and they firmly stand by their opinion that Hillary Clinton was a better presidential candidate. But, as it turns out Americans didn’t agree with them.

Democrats couldn’t find a better way to explain this, that through accusing Russia of interfering with the elections in favor of Trump. But this accusation was even denied by the Russian President Putin.

Clinton and her team couldn’t accept the loss, that instead of focusing on improvement they placed their focus on blaming everyone, even Comey.

“There are members of both the House and the Senate who say ‘I’ve seen evidence that’s more than circumstantial, but not direct.’ There is no way it can be more than circumstantial but not direct,” Trey Gowdy stated.

Gowdy is part of the House intelligence committee investigation into the possible collusion of Russia. As he said, a member of the panel uncovered that he is aware of the evidence but, “can’t tell us what it is and it’s not beyond a reasonable doubt.”

“There’s no way to defend yourself against those kinds of baseless, reckless accusations,” stated Gowdy.

Gowdy clearly stated that the Russian collusion story is fake and in fact there is no existing problem.

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