INSIDE MUELLER'S 'MEMORY TEST': Conservative author Jerome Corsi told FOX News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigators accused him of lying under oath only after "I couldn't give them what they wanted" ... Corsi spoke to FOX News one day after he announced he would reject a deal with investigators that would have required him to plead guilty to perjury. A draft court filing prepared as part of the abortive plea deal said Corsi notified Trump adviser Roger Stone in August 2016 that WikiLeaks intended to release information damaging to Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. Corsi, the onetime Washington bureau chief of the website Infowars, described his interview with investigators as a "memory test."
"They ask you a question, they have material they won’t show you, you’ve forgotten about it, and they say ‘You just lied because this email you forgot about in 2016 proves your current memory is wrong,'" he said. - Reported by Samuel Chamberlain (@SChamberlainFOX on Twitter)