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Fox News’ Hemmer Warns Colleagues Against ‘Sloppy Reporting’ Regarding Trump

Filling in for Tucker Carlson on Friday, Fox News’ Bill Hemmer warned on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” that “sloppy reporting will not be rewarded” when covering the firing of James Comey, the former director of the FBI.

Hemmer noted several major outlets that ran with the New York Times report, which stated that the firing came after Comey requested additional resources for investigating Russian influence in the 2016 election, only to have current FBI Director, Andrew McCabe, dispute the claim Thursday while testifying before a Senate panel.

“Keep your eyes on the leaks,” Hemmer said. “They will be the breadcrumbs that either lead us somewhere or lead us to more dead ends.”

President Donald Trump’s detractors insist he is trying to cover up something with the firing.

“Mr. Trump has plenty of haters,” Hemmer said. “If there is evidence that damages his presidency, that evidence will go public and we will follow it, as is our duty.

“If, however, there are few, if any, leaks in the coming weeks, this story might be the thing that goes up in its own smoke machine.

“Follow the facts, watch the leaks, see if they lead anywhere,” he concluded.