Trump Campaign Statement on Mueller Report: ‘Justice Will Be Served’
The reelection campaign for President Donald J. Trump released a scathing statement after the release of the redacted Mueller Report, suggesting it is time to investigate the investigators, and that “justice will be served.”
Kaleigh McEnany posted the campaign’s statement after the Mueller Report was released in its redacted form earlier today, slamming the “liars who investigated this sham” and writing that the president has been fully exonerated.
“President Trump has been fully and completely exonerated yet again,” reads the statement, “Now the tables have turned, and it’s time to investigate the liars who instigated this sham investigation,” noting that it was politically motivated and held no basis in fact.
It continues, “There is simply no denying that ‘spying did occur’ on the Trump campaign in the 2016 election, as Attorney General Barr himself noted in testimony before Congress.”
The statement then pledges that action will be taken against those who kept the dangerous #RussiaGate hoax alive over the past two years.
“Now that the collusion and obstruction conspiracy theories have been exposed for the pathetic hoaxes they always were,” reads the report, “the Obama-era DOJ and FBI must answer for their misdeeds and the scam they perpetrated against the American people.”
It concludes, “Justice will be served.”
The statement is signed by Brad Parscale, President Trump’s campaign manager who also worked heavily on his 2016 campaign.
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) April 18, 2019
Big League Politics has been breaking down the explosive Mueller Report since its release. As said in the statement, it completely exonerates the president, and makes clear that Russia had far more in mind than simply pushing Americans to support President Trump.
Indeed, Sen. Bernie Sanders also enjoyed a massive amount of support from Russia’s Internet Research Agency. Apparently they sought to push both candidates to prevent failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton from attaining office.