Top Republicans speaking to the Müller report results

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Top Republicans cheered the main findings of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller Russia-investigations, which showed that Mueller can find proof to sway President of the Trump in cooperation with Russia, the election of 2016.

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman, Lindsay Graham, R-S. C., called it a “good day for the rule of law. Great day for President Trump and his team. No collusion, and no disability. The cloud has been removed on President Trump, by this report.”

He continued: “a Bad day for those hoping the would take Müller’s investigation, President of the Trump down.”

House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Doug Collins, R-Ga., wrote: “For two years, Special Counsel, Müller conducted his investigation with all the available Ministry of justice resources at his disposal, and today, the most important conclusions to insure that each American there was no collusion between Russia and Donald Trump or his campaign. Russia is a bad actor with dark intentions, but there is no evidence that they threatened a presidential candidacy. The special counsel, the investigation was a long, in-depth and clear: There was no collusion. There is no constitutional crisis.”



Collins also took a swipe at the panel’s own investigation, led by Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-NY “Chairman Nadler has to rethink the opportunity, and again, his sprawling investigation, the round-bottom renewed already covered by the special counsel, and is already a matter of public records. I hope he realizes that what can policy for Democrats may not be good for our country.”

For his part, Nadler tweeted that the justice seemed to be in the Ministry, “to matters that directly into Congress’ court.”

“The special Council conclusions confirm the President’s account, that it is to conspire not an effort by his campaign or coordinate with Russia in its efforts to influence the 2016 presidential elections,” Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said. “But, Russia in the ongoing efforts to interfere with our democracy are dangerous and disruptive, and I welcome the Special Counsel’ s contributions to our efforts to better understand the Russia’s activities in this regard.”


House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., responded: “Our country welcomes this long-overdue conclusion. To investigate after two years, two congressional investigations, and now the closure of a Special Counsel investigation with unbroken authority, no links or coordination between the Russian government and individuals in connection with the campaign of President Donald Trump,’ it is completely clear, without a shadow of a doubt that there was no collusion. In addition, the almost unlimited scope, resources and subpoena of the Special Counsel makes allowed to follow his team all the matters that have arisen or may arise directly from the investigation. This case is closed.”


House Minority Whip Steve Scalise, R-La., said: “I am pleased that the special counsel’ s investigation has finally drawn to an end, and we can make this unheard-of Chapter behind us. Instead of focusing on the issues that impact on the lives of everyday Americans such as jobs, health care and secure borders, the Democrats and their allies in the media have chosen to spend in order to perpetuate the past 674 days, conspiracy theories and is a shame to discredit the unprecedented effort to overturn a President whose election they still try you.”

And, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N. C., wrote: “I appreciate the attorney General’s office for a quick turnaround in some parts of his summary of the Special Counsel’s report. The attorney General, the release should report as much as possible, without compromising U.S. intelligence sources and methods or ongoing Department of Justice law enforcement.”

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