‘Clinton Cash’ author grilled, has no direct evidence of wrongdoing

Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer was on Stephanopoulos this weekend, and George, who worked for the Clinton administration, got it out of Peter that he has no direct evidence of any Clinton wrongdoing.

No, we don’t have direct evidence. But it warrants further investigation because, again, George, this is part of the broader pattern. You either have to come to the conclusion that these are all coincidences or something else is afoot,” Schweizer said Sunday.

If anybody can count the amount of times Schweizer says, “it warrants further investigation,” we would like to know the number. Granted, he is an author and doesn’t investigate things like a law enforcement official. His main point was that there was a series of suspicious patterns that needed to be looked into.

“The smoking gun is in the pattern of behavior,” he said. “Here’s the analogy I would give you. It’s a little bit like insider trading. … They look at a pattern of stock trades. If the person has access to that information and then they do a series of well-timed trades. That warrants investigation. I think the same thing applies here.”

Stephanopoulos wasn’t having it, and you can watch the fiery exchange below.

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