Smith couldn't hide his contempt as he talked to fellow FNC anchor Chris Wallace, noting the tide has turned and even Trump stalwarts now acknowledge the numerous lies. all short of collusion but, as Smith says, why lie if there's nothing at the end of the road?
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After reporting that there appeared to be more people in that meeting with a Russian lawyer than previously acknowledged, Smith had either a Howard Beale or a Walter Cronkite moment, depending on your perspective, and he lit into the White House.
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"I don't know what to say". He took White House officials to task over their failure to disclose meetings with Russian officials and nationals during the president's 2016 presidential campaign and transition period before he took office.
Smith said his grandmother used to say that "oh, what a tangled web we leave when first we practice to deceive".
"The deception, Chris, is mind boggling", he told Fox News' Chris Wallace. And there are still people out there who believe we're making it up. "One day they're going to realize we're not, and look around and go, 'Where are we and why are we getting told all these lies?'" Smith said.
"This really shouldn't be a matter of liberal vs. conservative, pro-Trump vs. anti-Trump", Wallace said.
"#ICantBelieveThat Fox News has a (sic) anchor with the courage to speak up".