Sean Hannity: If Trump campaign communicated with and asked Russia to release hacked emails, "is that a crime?"

Sean Hannity: If Trump campaign communicated with and asked Russia to release hacked emails, "is that a crime?"

“What was the collusion? That maybe somebody in the Trump campaign talked to somebody in Russia … Is that a crime, to say ‘release it?’”

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From the June 23 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Sean Hannity Show:

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SEAN HANNITY (HOST): I never understood it anyway. What was the collusion? That maybe somebody in the Trump campaign talked to somebody in Russia because Russia supposedly had the information that Hillary Clinton had destroyed on her server when she committed a felony and tried to cover up her crimes? And that they might say as a Trump campaign representative, "wow you have that? Tell the American people the truth. Let them see it themselves, release it." Is that a crime, to say "release it"? To show the truth? To show damaging information?

Previously:

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