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WATCH: Shepard Smith Debunks the Hillary Clinton ‘Uranium One’ Scandal Live On Fox News

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NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 10: Fox News anchor Shepard Smith (Photo credit The Washington Post / Contributor)

Fox News anchor Shepard Smith accurately debunked his own network’s Hillary Clinton uranium “scandal.”

Afterward, infuriated Fox viewers suggested he should be fired or work for CNN or MSNBC.

Smith criticized President Trump on Tuesday for “inaccurate” claims about the Uranium One agreement following Trump’s repeated calls for the Justice Department to investigate the deal.

Led by Steve Bannon property Breitbart, Fox News along with Trump and his allies suggested a link between donations to the Clinton Foundation and the approval of a deal by the State Department and the Obama administration for months.


But during his show, Smith laid out the facts in the controversy surrounding the Obama-era deal.

“Here’s the accusation: Nine people involved in the deal made donations to the Clinton Foundation totaling more than $140 million,” Smith said. “In exchange, Secretary of State [Hillary] Clinton approved the sale to the Russians — a quid pro quo.”

“The accusation [was] first made by Peter Schweizer, the senior editor at large of the website Breitbart, in his 2015 book, ‘Clinton Cash,’ ” Smith continued.

The next year, candidate Donald Trump cited the accusation as an example of Clinton corruption.”

Smith called the President’s statements “inaccurate in a number of ways.”

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