Michael Caputo, a communications adviser for many months during the Trump campaign, testified for three plus hours before the House Intelligence Committee Friday afternoon, and said in his opinion the Russia scandal comes down to two words: “collusion delusion.”

“I completely believe there was no collusion in the Trump campaign, but all I can do is speak for myself and the people I’m close with,” Caputo told the Washington Examiner after his testimony, characterizing the overall hearing as a “fishing expedition.”

“The problem we have is the Democrats have no interest in ending these investigations. They’re looking to extend this as long as possible because they’re successfully stopping Donald Trump from implementing his agenda. He may have won the election, but they have won the first year of his presidency — the most important year of a presidency,” he added later.

Caputo declined to detail any specific questions he faced in the testimony because he said it would harm the integrity of the investigation, adding that only four members were present. –Washington Examiner

Mr. Caputo appeared on the Tucker Carlson show last night where he dropped a bombshell about the Clinton’s and how he was sent overseas by the Clinton administration specifically to affect the outcome of their elections.

Caputo told Carson: “The funny thing is… I was sent in 1994 to Russia by the Clinton administration to get involved in their elections!” Tucker asked him, “Seeking what outcome?” Caputo replied, “The election of Boris Yeltsin.”

Tucker Carlson asked Caputo, “You were sent by the US government?” Caputo clarified, “By the Clinton administration. I worked for the central election government there, trying to steer  their elections.”

Carlson asked, “Do you think that the Russian government preferred candidate Trump over candidate Hillary?”

Caputo replied, I’ve been told many times over that Hillary was their candidate. They didn’t like her, but she was predictable. Totally predictable”

Michael Caputo, a communications adviser for many months during the Trump campaign, testified for three plus hours before the House Intelligence Committee Friday afternoon, and said in his opinion the Russia scandal comes down to two words: “collusion delusion.”

“I completely believe there was no collusion in the Trump campaign, but all I can do is speak for myself and the people I’m close with,” Caputo told the Washington Examiner after his testimony, characterizing the overall hearing as a “fishing expedition.”

“The problem we have is the Democrats have no interest in ending these investigations. They’re looking to extend this as long as possible because they’re successfully stopping Donald Trump from implementing his agenda. He may have won the election, but they have won the first year of his presidency — the most important year of a presidency,” he added later.

Caputo declined to detail any specific questions he faced in the testimony because he said it would harm the integrity of the investigation, adding that only four members were present.


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