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American Conservative Union chairman Matt Schlapp said he is "disgusted" by the double standard in Russian collusion allegations against President Trump.

"I'm disgusted by the fact that Donald Trump Jr. gets an email about meeting with people who have information and he's called a traitor," Schlapp said.

Trump Jr. reportedly exchanged emails about holding a meeting with a Russian lawyer that was supposed to reveal information on Hillary Clinton.

"Hillary Clinton and her team went to Russia to shake down the trees with Vladimir Putin's cronies and they get away with calling it opposition research," he said.

Schlapp asked where Clinton herself is today, noting she was so vocal until allegations against her campaign staff and the DNC were first reported.

Charles Hurt added that Democrats aren't "circling the wagons" around the Clintons in this case, and instead are acting more hands-off.

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