For about two years now, liberals have been convinced that President Donald Trump colluded with Russia to unfairly win the 2016 election, and those same folks have been equally convinced for the past year and a half that Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation would ultimately reveal as much.
ABC White House correspondent Jonathan Karl noted on Sunday that expectations for Mueller’s eventual report had been raised rather high, and seemed to caution that some of the president’s detractors could be in for a big letdown when the report is finally released.
“But people who are closest to what Mueller has been doing, interacting with the special counsel, caution me that this report is almost certain to be anti-climactic,” said Karl on ABC’s “This Week.”
Though he agreed that there had been plenty of suspicious activity with regard to Russia by some of Trump’s closest associates, he nevertheless noted that there was still no evidence of collusion, and added, “So far there’s been nothing on that, and I’m led to believe don’t expect there’s going to be any.”
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