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Chris Wallace Fumes After Fox News Hosts Call Reaction to Comey’s Firing ‘Hysteria’

During the Sunday’s “Fox & Friends,” Fox News host, Chris Wallace, gave the other hosts quite an earful after they suggested that the media’s reaction to former FBI Director James Comey’s firing was overblown.

It all began with Pete Hegseth:

“It’s been about Russian collusion from the beginning. His critics have tried to make him look illegitimate, and five days since the firing of Comey, the media is still chomping at the bit with hysteria.”

Then there were a few clips to the response of Comey’s firing – some from pundits and others from lawmakers – afterwards, Wallace responded:

“Some of the people you had there were reporters, some of them were partisan senators, folks like that. So I’m not gonna hold us to account for what people we put on the air say.

Some of it…’a whiff of fascism,’ obviously, totally overblown. On the other hand I do take exception to the idea that this is hysteria.”

Wallace continued with the following:

“This is a big story. The fact that we’re continuing to talk about it a week later. This is the first time in history that a president has fired an FBI director who was conducting an investigation that was directly investigating him and his associates. It’s a big story and I think it’s a legitimate story to cover.”

Some may consider Wallace’s position strange. Six months ago, Wallace was a very harsh critic of the former FBI Director’s performance. Despite that, many people have stated that it isn’t James Comey’s firing that they are having trouble with, but the circumstances surrounding his firing, especially him leading the investigation into Donald Trump and his campaign’s potential collusion with Russia during the 2016 election.

On the other hand, several supporters of Donald Trump have strongly held onto the belief that collusion with the Russians has no substantial bearing or evidence behind the claim.

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