Jesse Watters said there is a double standard between what is considered colluding with a foreign power and doing opposition research on a political foe.
Watters said the left and the media considered a meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer to be possible collusion, but overlooked the relationship between the Clintons, Russia and opposition research firm Fusion GPS.
"You had a Russian woman that came to [Don Jr.]. She had nothing. No money changed hands," Watters said of the New York City meeting.
"The Clintons actively sought dirt on Donald Trump, paid for it, then lied about it," he said, referring to their dealings with former MI6 spy Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS.
He said Juan Williams' assertion that the focus should be on Rep. Devin Nunes' (R-Calif.) actions regarding the Russia probe is a diversion to keep attention off Clinton.
He also dismissed the claim that the Clinton camp was simply doing opposition research on Trump with the help of a Briton and others.
"When the Clintons do it, it's called opposition research. When Trump didn't do it, it's called collusion," Watters said.
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