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Gray TV’s Full Court Press host Greta Van Susteren has slammed her former Fox News Channel colleague Christopher Wallace for withholding his source while reporting that a “well-connected Republican” told him the GOP could vote to impeach President Donald Trump.

“Chris Wallace should know better than to use anonymous ‘well connected Republican’ – he should name names or not say this at all as without the identity (what is a ‘welll [sic] connected??’),” Van Susteren wrote on Twitter Sunday. “[I]ts purpose is merely to smear and cause trouble – name names or don’t say this at all.”

The article goes on to state the following:

During this weekend’s broadcast of Fox News Sunday, Wallace, known for his critical coverage of the Trump administration, claimed a “well-connected” Washington, D.C.-based Republican told him that if the Senate takes up an impeachment trial, there is a 20 percent chance that GOP senators will support the president’s removal.

During the interview with acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney, Wallace said he’d spoken to “a very well-connected Republican in Washington” whose name is well known. They said that if the impeachment goes to a Senate trial, “there’s now a 20 percent chance…enough Republicans would vote with Democrats to impeach the president.”

Mulvaney doubted the claim.

“That’s just absurd,” he said. “The comment about the 20 percent is just a person who clearly doesn’t know what they’re talking about.”

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