Trump says the Nunes memo 'totally vindicates' him and proves 'collusion is dead'
President Trump said on Twitter Saturday morning the controversial memo compiled under Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) on the House Intelligence Committee and published without redaction Friday proves his innocence of election meddling collusion with Russia:
Most other analyses have concluded the memo does not contain much of significance.
The president also boasted of more favorable poll numbers following his State of the Union address Tuesday:
Immediately prior to making that tweet, he retweeted two posts from one of his sons, Eric Trump, linking to media reports about the polling bump.