Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski on Roy Moore, Russia probes and more Video

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So get to viewyourdeal.com now. Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, and I both wrote books about the white house’s current resident this year. Mine is called “The great gasbag”. I’m guessing his is a bit more flattering. Here to try to give us a different perspective on the 45th president is the author of “Let trump be trump,” Corey Lewandowski. Thank you. Am I right? It’s great to be here, thank you. And I hope yours was number one. I’m hoping mine gets to number one with your help. Thank you very much. All right. So, now trump has officially endorsed Roy Moore. Mitch Mcconnell has now come out and said that the RNC is behind Roy Moore and they’re throwing money behind it. Put your money where your mouth is. The money’s going there. So the optics are going to be a little hairy for the Republican party in the next couple of years. Don’t you think? Because everybody who gives money to the RNC is going to be tainted possibly that you’re supporting an accused child molester. Let’s just be clear. I think we have a big problem in Washington D.C. Right now. We’ve seen very powerful people from Al Franken to John Conyers, some of the most powerful Democrats in the country being accuse of things and some admitting some and paying off people through taxpayer money. Right. We have a real culture of problem in Washington D.C. And what the voters have to decide is who are they going to send to Washington to represent them and their values. Th’s the most important thing. And look, we’ve seen Al Franken now come out and apologize. I think John Conyers said today he’s resigning from congress because of these accusations. These are very, very serious act occasions. People if they committed crimes should be prosecuted for those crimes but I’m very cautious about rushing to judgment until we know all the facts. Now, when you admit that you’ve done something wrong and Al has done that and made an apology, it’s going to be up to the voters of Minnesota to determine — That should automatically means if you don’t admit it that you should be zoj rated? No. There’s a fine line of being accused and being convicted of it. We’ve seen a lot of prominent people in the media in major network television news. Yes. Women though — No, no, no. We shouldn’t disbelieve anybody but the question is, what is the punishment? Being accused and convicted are two…

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