Reporter Asks Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Define 'Collusion', and It Backfires

The press still thinks that the most important issue of the day, to ask Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders about, is Russian collusion. But one reporter tried something that backfired. NPR’s Mara Liasson asked, “What is your definition of collusion?” The mainstream media probably figured that Huckabee Sanders would stumble in trying to answer this, but she was definitely ready to reply. She said, “I think exchanging millions of dollars for false information. Taking in millions of dollars to a foundation that benefits you, while making decisions that impact the people who gave you that money. I think those are areas of collusion that should be looked at.”

Maybe these supposed journalists should, like, look into Hillary Clinton camp’s collusion with foreign governments… Maybe?