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Tucker Carlson debated Hollywood producer and actor Rob Reiner over President Trump and his response to the latest Russia probe revelations.

On Friday, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced the indictment of more than a dozen Russians for meddling in the U.S. election.

Rosenstein, a former U.S. Attorney for Maryland, added that "there is no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant in this illegal activity" or that the meddling affected the election outcome.

Reiner, who acted in "All in the Family" and whose company Castle Rock has produced hit shows like "Seinfeld," tweeted that "if Trump is unwilling to acknowledge this and unwilling to protect US, the word treason is now center stage."

Carlson asked Reiner if he was "embarrassed" by accusing people of treason in spite of his history of fighting against McCarthyism.

Reiner told Carlson he was not directly accusing the president of treason, but said his overall refusal to admit there has been election meddling on the part of Russia is troubling.

"We've been invaded," Reiner said. "They continue to... try to disrupt our democracy."

"What I said was if [Trump] is refusing to acknowledge the fact that Russia did attack during the election and refuses to do anything about it, then you're conspiring with the enemy," Reiner said.

"Maybe he'll change his mind," Reiner said, adding that he and Carlson seem to have consensus on the fact Russia indeed meddled in the election.

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