Corey Lewandowski said it's time for special counsel Robert Mueller to submit his final report, and he predicted that it will prove to the world that there was absolutely no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

On "Fox & Friends" Saturday, Lewandowski, former Trump 2016 campaign manager, said the full report "absolutely" should be made public after it's submitted to and reviewed by Attorney General William Barr.

"I think the American people have seen a $40 million witch hunt against this president," Lewandowski said. "They have a right to see where their money has been spent. And if this report is honest, it is going to say one thing and it's going to be very clear: The Trump campaign didn't collude with anybody."


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He said Mueller's report should also detail how the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC funded the infamous Trump dossier and how the dossier allegedly was used by anti-Trump FBI officials.

"We want the report to be made public so the American people can see that," Lewandowski said.

He added that he has a lot of faith in Barr, and he's glad that Barr -- not Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein -- will make the decision on releasing Mueller's findings.

"Attorney General Barr is going to be the one person who has the full unredacted version. He'll write a summary, he'll present it to Congress and he will show, through his summary of the work that Bob Mueller has done, there was no collusion of the Trump campaign with any outside entity.”

Watch the "Fox & Friends" interview above.


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