Russian collusion is fiction
Examining the political media, it is nearly impossible to determine whether or not there was any Russian collusion in the 2016 presidential election.
The clearest analysis comes from Mollie Hemingway, author of “Trump vs. the Media” and senior editor at The Federalist. She concludes that “the Russian story is a complete fiction concocted by sore losers unable to deal with the reality of their electoral loss.”
Since 2016, there has been a sustained, coordinated attack on Donald Trump's legitimacy as president following his free and fair election, claiming he had nefarious ties to Russia.
Trump's enemies put harmless contacts with Russians under a microscope and selectively touted details from an overly political FBI. This has been exaggerated by compliant, biased, political media that refuse to be impartial, much less accurate. This created a massive violation of our country's political norms that has nothing to do with Trump's conduct.
Verification disputing Russian collusion by Trump can easily be seen by his bombing of Russia-backed Syria, his selling of U.S. missile defenses to Poland and Romania, and his opposition to the Russia-negotiated Iran nuclear deal.