Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice found a very polite and respectful way of saying to Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff: enough with the never-ending witch hunt of President Trump! Speaking on ABC’s ‘The View’, Rice told the liberal lawmaker it’s time to “wrap it up” and move on.
“Let me just say this. I’ve spent a lot of time in Washington and I know you’ve got a really hard job and I appreciate what you do for the country, but I really hope you can wrap it up. The country needs to get back to business,” Rice told Schiff, who looked on in disbelief.
That’s my greatest hope is that this gets done,” she added. This gets done.”
“I just want to say on Robert Mueller this is somebody I know, I worked with him. He was FBI director when I was national security adviser. I have enormous respect for him and he is going to do this in a very fair way and so I just hope we can get it done,” she added.
"I appreciate what you're doing for the country — but I really hope you can wrap it up," @CondoleezzaRice tells @RepAdamSchiff her hopes for the Russia probe: "The country needs to get back to business, so… my greatest hope is that this gets done." https://t.co/f8u2wc159S pic.twitter.com/428NJFeFUN
— The View (@TheView) March 1, 2018
I agree with Condi Rice on a few things she said but not on Schiff ‘s appreciation his work in DC. This parasite is a liar and is so deceitful and wants nothing better than to destroy the values of this country. So Condi I don’t think he is a patriot.
But, she is right that Democrats must put an end to this witch hunt. In my opinion, this fake investigation is going to continue all the way to the midterms, and that’s a guarantee.
It will end with a Super Majority. Get fired up for the midterms. We can help PRESIDENT Trump with this election if we work half as hard for America as he does.
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