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WATCH – Head Hag on “The View” Offers Half-Baked Apology For Fake News *VIDEO* #TheView #Trump

Head Hag on “The View” Offers Half-Baked Apology For Fake News

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Washed up former comedian, the uber-leftist Joy Behar did something a lot of other Democrats should do.

Apologize. Granted it was a weak, half-assed excuse of an apology, but considering we’re talking about leftists, it’s a start.

What makes it even more amazing, as it were, Behar was apologizing for touting a false ABC news report that claimed President Trump asked former National Security Adviser to contact Russian officials while he was actively running for the presidency.

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“On Friday’s show, apparently, I was guilty of premature evaluation,” said Behar. “Here’s what happened: ABC News reporter Brian Ross released a story claiming that when Trump was a candidate he told Michael Flynn to contact the Russians. Ross later corrected himself saying it was actually when Trump was President-elect.”

“Brian has been suspended for a month,” she added.

Her ‘View’ co-host read the official statement by NBC News, saying Ross had made a mistake and would be suspended for four weeks without pay.

“That’s ABC’s statement. Brian Ross has released a statement, saying ‘My job is to hold people accountable, and that’s why I agree with being held accountable myself,’” added Behar.

“I would say that this is not fake news, it’s a mistake. He didn’t deliberately put out a false piece of information, he made an error,” she deflected.

Of course, she’s a Democrat. By default, everything she knows is wrong.

Watch Behar’s half-baked apology below.

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December 5th, 2017

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