Brian Kilmeade: "I'm afraid that we'll have three separate truths" on the special counsel's findings

Brian Kilmeade: "I'm afraid that we'll have three separate truths" on the special counsel's findings

Kilmeade: "I'm afraid that we'll have three separate truths. ... And then we are going to be sitting there debating documents that we paid millions of dollars to research."

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From the December 7 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): I think I speak for Democrats and Republicans when I say, wrap it up. Wrap this thing up. 

AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): May 2017, Brian, it's been more than a year and a half. 

KILMEADE: Right. Over a three month period, or a four month period when the president got the nomination. 

STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): Let's just get to the truth. Everybody wants the truth, whether it is through the Mueller investigation, or [U.S. Attorney John] Huber, or Mr. [Michael] Horowitz, who's the Inspector General [of the Department of Justice], we need all the dots connected. 

KILMEADE: But I'm afraid that we'll have three separate truths. Although, Huber, I'm not optimistic we'll get anything. Michael Horowitz might have a different conclusion than Robert Mueller. And then we are going to be sitting there debating the documents that we paid millions of dollars to research. 

DOOCY: Well, then, everybody would be skeptical, it's like, "Why'd we do that?"

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Previously:

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