Fox News anchor Chris Wallace threw a jab at employees of his own network Wednesday, saying some members of Fox News' opinion arm are "pushing a political agenda" regarding President Donald Trump.
Wallace was on "Shepard Smith Reporting" to discuss the Senate Judiciary Committee testimony of Attorney General William Barr, which focused on special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia report.
"I know there are some people who don't think this March 27 letter is a big deal. And [there are] some opinion people, some opinion people who appear on this network, who may be pushing a political agenda," said Wallace, who hosts "Fox News Sunday."
"But you know, we have to deal in facts. And the fact is that this letter from the special counsel . . . was a clear indication that the [special counsel] was upset, very upset, with the letter that had been sent out by the attorney general, and wanted it changed, or wanted it at least added to."
Mediaite posted a clip of Wallace's remarks.
Wallace was referring to a letter Mueller sent to Barr regarding the attorney general's four-page summary of Mueller's findings. Mueller claimed Barr's letter "did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance" of Mueller's full report, a redacted version of which was released in April.
"There are a lot of people, having read now the full report, or as much as it has been not redacted, agree that he didn't reveal what was fully in the report. Again, those aren't opinions," Wallace said. "That's not a political agenda. Those are the facts."
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