Fox & Friends gives platform to GOP representatives to promote “phase two of their investigation” attacking the dossier
From the February 23 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
PETE HEGSETH (CO-HOST): House Republicans launching phase two of their investigation into the anti-Trump dossier. They want to know what members of the Obama administration knew and when they knew it. Here to discuss, Republican congressman Mark Meadows and North Carolina -- of North Carolina, sorry, and Jim Jordan of Ohio. Gentlemen, thank you for joining us this morning. Really appreciate it. Congressman Meadows, let me start with you.
REP. MARK MEADOWS (R-NC): Great to be with you.
HEGSETH: Absolutely. Congressman Meadows, let me start with you. So, in a letter obtained by Fox News, Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, Republican from California, posed a series of questions about the dossier. What do you anticipate they're trying to find out about who knew what and when?
MEADOWS: Well, I think those 10 questions are key, is who in the government knew what, and did they know that the Democratic Party and Hillary Clinton had actually paid for it? It was interesting in the tease that you had with [former CIA Director John] Brennan, here you have an intelligence officer saying that he didn't know where the dossier's origination came from? Well, if he can't find that, he would have a hard time find terrorists. So, you know, it doesn't pass the smell test. We've got to find out who in the government knew what when
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