CNN interviewed Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) Sunday morning to discuss the investigation into any ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. Warner reported that, despite the best efforts of those investigating to find something, a “smoking gun” has not emerged.
Sen. Warner on reports of Russian collusion: "We have no smoking gun at this point, but there is a lot of smoke" https://t.co/Hg4Xacplzn
— CNN (@CNN) June 4, 2017
Warner is a leading Democrat on this issue, given his status as vice char of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
hahaha. What does that even mean? Was he drunk while saying this? Lol
— Michael Ting (@tingtaiwan2003) June 4, 2017
You don't say? https://t.co/1qrQSRJ1Wj
— Jaihawkk (@Jaihawkk) June 4, 2017
Kind of the big problem right now. https://t.co/i8qjanuwyw
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 4, 2017
No smoking gun, no holster, no ammo, no ammo case, You got nothing but an investigation in to outer space. https://t.co/Buq7JztbJh
— Thomas Nichols (@WThomasNichols6) June 4, 2017
All the smoke is coming from the media…
— SuperT (@PlayStationMadT) June 4, 2017
So when are we going to stop wasting time with this? https://t.co/jyljTaTXCl
— Troy Bayer (@TroyBayer) June 4, 2017
We have to keep in mind that Warner is trying to gently break the news of no smoking gun to a fringe group of individuals on the Left who have the impression that the Trump administration is about to go down in flames. This is what they get for building expectations to such a high level.