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Devin Nunes on Hannity on müller’s statement

Special Counsel Robert Mueller public statement on Wednesday was meant to be, “light the fuse” for the impeachment proceedings against President Trump, Rep. Devin Nunes claimed on Thursday.

Nunes, R-Calif., Fox News’ “Hannity said,” the observers of Müller’s rare public utterances probably wondered why he held a press conference.

“You just have to ask yourself, sit back to think about: What was that press conference all about yesterday?” Nunes said. “To light the fuse for the prosecution.”

Nunes, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, said Mueller should be finished with his Russia’s investigation for many months earlier than he

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“We know that he spoke about the conspiracy to collude. Well, when he walked in the door, he knew, there was no evidence of collusion,” Nunes said. “He would have done after two days.”

Nunes also claimed that Müller tried to do a “lap of honour” at his press conference speech, “the Russians found them, the Russians, you will be prosecuted”, as Nunes’ fellow Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee had the same information.

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In statements from the Ministry of justice on Wednesday, Mueller announced the closure of his law firm, and detailing the results of its investigation, and underlines that it “is not enough evidence to charge a conspiracy” with regard to whether the members of the Trump campaign, in coordination with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential elections.

But Müller did not mince words on his investigation into whether the President obstructed justice.

“If we are to trust not, had that of the President committing obvious crimes, we would have said that,” Miller said. “We have not determined whether the President did commit a crime.”

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Müller stated that long-standing justice Department policy that States that a President accused of a crime.

“Charging the President with a crime was not an option that we might consider,” explained Müller, adding that “it would be unfair to suggest that someone of a crime, if it could not-of-court resolution of the charges.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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