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GOP Rep. Calls Out Media for Jumping to Conclusions with No Evidence, Cuomo Accuses Deception


<p>Congressman Sean Duffy called out the media&nbsp;on Friday&nbsp;morning for their hysterical reporting without evidence. On CNN&rsquo;s New Day, Duffy&nbsp;scolded anchor Chris Cuomo:&nbsp;&quot;On the influence of the investigation as CNN, a news network<strong>, what information do we have about this memo</strong>, about this influence<strong>? I mean, all you have is a phone call to the FBI -- I&#39;m sorry, to the <em>New York Times</em>, an undisclosed person, an undisclosed memo</strong>.&quot;&nbsp;The Wisconsin Republican continued:&nbsp;&quot;We have none of that information, Chris, and to jump to conclusions about influencing, that&#39;s a far reach.&quot;&nbsp;</p>

<p>Noting that he and Cuomo were &quot;two attorneys,&quot; Duffy hammered:&nbsp;&quot;You and I wouldn&#39;t convict anyone on that evidence. We wouldn&#39;t even charge anyone with that evidence. We would go, hold on a second, I have to see this stuff. I want to talk to the person who read it. We haven&#39;t seen any of that. That&#39;s what concerns me on that front. I have all the faith in the FBI. I do think there is great people in that organization. They look for the truth, they don&#39;t look for politics. I think they could have done the investigation.&quot;</p>

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