Shepard Smith Shocks Fox Viewers by Debunking 'Hillary Clinton Uranium Scandal'

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During Tuesday night's broadcast, Smith succinctly debunked Republicans' claims that the Obama administration and the Clinton-led State Department approved a deal allowing a Russian company to buy a Canadian company with mining interests in the U.S. in exchange for donations to the Clinton Foundation.

"This Uranium One story has been debunked countless times", Hillary exclaimed.

'I feel like [Fox News is] actually CNN (fake news) when Shepard Smith is on, ' tweeted another viewer. "I mean, even (Rep.) Trey Gowdy (R-SC), someone who is hardly a fan of mine, said that there doesn't seem to be the basis for a special counsel", she said.

A day before Manafort's arrest, Trump said that the approval of the uranium sale is just one reason why Clinton should be investigated and, in a tweet, urged Republicans to "DO SOMETHING!"

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Smith's critique, which called President Donald Trump's accusations against Clinton "inaccurate", was triggered by renewed calls from Republicans on Capitol Hill for a special counsel to investigate Clinton.

Furthermore, Frank Giustra, the founder of the Canadian company, made most of the donations that conservatives are scrutinizing, but he reportedly sold his share of the company in 2007, three years before the deal and a year and a half before Clinton entered the State Department, Smith explained.

These types of messages push twisted, convoluted narratives that are hard to understand but imply that Clinton made a shady uranium deal with Russian Federation.

Smith used the fervor on Tuesday, which included a call from conservative lawmakers to appoint a special counsel to investigate the deal, to throw cold water on any hopes of catching Clinton or others in the former Obama administration in a grand Russian Federation scheme.

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But the story has been debunked by multiple media outlets already. "She did not. A committee of nine evaluated the sale, the president approved the sale, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and others had to offer permits, and none of the uranium was exported for use by the U.S.to Russia", Smith said. "Everything I said to President Trump is exactly what I've vocalized on my show, Justice With Jeanine", Pirro said.

Rosatom acquired a majority stake in Uranium One in 2010 and bought the remainder of the company in 2013. Manafort's arrest came as part of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into whether the Trump campaign worked with Russian Federation to interfere in the election.

"If they send a signal that we're going to be like some dictatorship, like some authoritarian regime, where political opponents are going to be unfairly, fraudulently investigated, that rips at the fabric of the contract we have, that we can trust our justice system", she said.

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Fox News viewers attacked Smith, suggesting he should work for another network.

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