Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research by the firm Fusion GPS that led to the dossier containing salacious allegations about President Donald Trump and his possible connections to Russia.
Fusion GPS was retained by Marc E. Elias, an attorney representing the Clinton campaign and the DNC, according to The Washington Post. The firm then reportedly hired former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele to write the now-infamous dossier.
“Hillary thinks she can get away with everything,” Tomi Lahren said on “Fox & Friends.” “I just can’t wait for more information to surface. … I think we’re going to find out more and more and more, and boy, she’s going to have a lot to talk about on that book tour.”
She noted that Brian Fallon, the Clinton campaign’s national press secretary, tweeted Tuesday that he wasn’t aware of the connection between the campaign and the dossier, but if he had, he would have volunteered to go to Europe to help Steele.
“Isn’t it amazing how unapologetic they are?” Lahren said, adding this just makes the American people more curious to see what revelations might emerge from tens of thousands of deleted Clinton campaign emails.
“I want the Clinton campaign, Hillary Clinton, the DNC to finally be held accountable,” she said, issuing a challenge to the mainstream media to report on this as doggedly as they have on the allegations about collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
“You claim to be such truth-seeking warriors. Let’s see it then. Let’s have you prove to us that you are indeed interested in the truth and not just about destroying Donald Trump.”