“I’m thinking we’re maybe getting a little ahead of ourselves,” David Brooks told a panel on “Meet The Press.”
New York Times columnist David Brooks said that he is bothered by the lack of “emerging evidence” that there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials during a segment of NBC’s “Meet The Press” on Sunday.
“I’m actually getting more uncomfortable with this whole deal, I’m thinking we’re maybe getting a little ahead of ourselves,” Brooks told the panel. “I’m bothered by the lack of emerging evidence about the underlining crime. That there was actually collusion or coordination.”
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