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John Podesta accused President Trump of "asking the Russians to hack our campaign" and said he is now the target of a "big lie campaign" by the president.

The former Hillary Clinton campaign manager slammed Trump as his family's lobbying group comes under scrutiny in the Russia investigation.

Podesta's brother Tony Podesta walked away from the Podesta Group as the lobbying group comes under scrutiny for its connections to former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort's shady Russian business deals.

Just last night, Tucker Carlson called out a "snarling legal threat" from a lawyer for Tony Podesta over his reporting that the Podestas and Paul Manafort were the "central figures" in the the investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller.

President Trump tweeted earlier today that Democrats are "in a dither" over the Podesta controversy.

Trump added that Tony Podesta has "earth-shattering" information on Democrats.

On "Outnumbered Overtime," Harris Faulkner talked to Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), who said it's not surprising Podesta "is trying to deflect" blame after running a failed campaign.


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