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Tucker Carlson debated a former Obama campaign staffer on whether Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee are covering up evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia.

As Carlson said, the committee released its report declaring there to be no evidence of collusion during the 2016 campaign, while Democrats still plead the opposite case.

He asked Robin Biro for his thoughts on the matter.

Biro said the committee's chairman, Devin Nunes of California, is "basically a yes-man for Donald Trump."

He considered whether Nunes and his majority are "engaging in willful ignorance."

"I don't think that they want to find out that [collusion] happened," Biro said.

Carlson questioned, "so they would hide treason?"

Biro said that as a veteran, he took an oath to protect against "all enemies foreign and domestic" and that he hopes his thought is not the case.

However, Carlson and Biro agreed that it is time to move on to more important matters, like infrastructure improvements and the economy.

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