As we told you last night, The New York Times’s latest report on Michael Flynn, Trump campaign workers and Russian intel agents was a big nothingburger, but that didn’t stop Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager, from whining about it on Twitter last night:

Maybe because, as the NYT wrote, that there was no evidence of cooperation between said Russian intel figures and the Trump campaign team? From the NYT:

“…officials interviewed in recent weeks said that, so far, they had seen no evidence of such cooperation.”

Sour grapes, especially since Mook is at fault for Hillary’s loss:

And because, as we know, FBI Director Comey was just doing his job in letting Congress know that more information in the investigation was now available (this would be pervy Anthony Weiner’s laptop):

Mook later tweeted more questions for President Trump:

Whatever. Let it go, guys! She. Lost.



New York Times report on intercepted calls with Russia heats up talk of treason and … President Hillary