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Audience Gasps as Former Trump Campaign Manager Tells Congress He Has 'No Obligation to Be Honest with the Media'

And there you have it, folks.

Audience Gasps as Former Trump Campaign Manager Tells Congress He Has 'No Obligation to Be Honest with the Media'

On the White House's orders, Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski stonewalled lawmakers' questions in a House Judiciary Committee hearing investigating one of President Donald Trump's attempts to obstruct the Mueller Investigation.

Despite parting ways with the campaign in 2016, Lewandowski continued to advise Trump behind the scenes as a private citizen. When former White House Counsel Don McGahn refused to carry out Trump's request to demand former Attorney General Jeff Sessions un-recuse himself from the Russia investigation, Trump turned to Lewandowski.

After hours of constantly telling lawmakers that he wouldn't detail any private conversations he'd had with the President, it looked like the first "impeachment hearing" held by Congress would amount to little.

Then, Committee counsel Barry Berke was allowed 30 minutes of questioning, and things quickly fell apart for Lewandowski.

Watch below.

After playing an MSNBC clip in which Lewandowski claimed the President had never asked him to get in touch with Jeff Sessions and demand he un-recuse himself, Berke asked, "That wasn't true was it, sir?"

Lewandowski responded:

"I have no obligation to be honest with the media, cause they're just as dishonest as anybody else."

People observing the proceedings audibly gasped. Berke continued to ask Lewandowski if he'd been truthful in the MSNBC interview, then admonished Lewandowski for having to consult his counsel to properly answer. Lewandowski responded by assuring Berke that he does tell the truth...when under oath.

Hours before, during the hearing, Lewandowski announced his run for Senate via tweet.

People weren't surprised that a Trump loyalist lied, but that they were so bad at covering it up when testifying.

Despite Lewandowski openly admitting he felt no obligation to be truthful when advocating for Trump on national television, CNN had him on the air by Wednesday morning.

You can donate to Lewandowski's Senate opponent, Senator Jeanne Shaheen, here.


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