Mueller Resigns From DOJ, Won't Testify, Says "Charging Trump Was Not An Option" | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Mueller Resigns From DOJ, Won't Testify, Says "Charging Trump Was Not An Option"

Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has released an official statement on Mueller's statement, as has Trump Campaign manager Brad Parscale.

First, the official White House statement from Sarah Sanders, who called on everybody to follow Mueller's lead and move on.

"The Special Counsel has completed the investigation, closed his office, and has closed the case. Mr. Mueller explicitly said that he has nothing to add beyond the report, and therefore does not plan to testify before Congress. The report was clear - there was no collusion, no conspiracy - and the Department of Justice confirmed there was no obstruction. Special Counsel Mueller also stated that Attorney General Barr acted in good faith in his handling of the report. After two years, the Special Counsel is moving on with his life, and everyone else should do the same."

And the statement from the campaign, which called on the DoJ to get to the bottom of the origins of the Russia hoax.

"Special Counsel Robert Mueller's remarks today confirmed what we already knew. There was no collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign, and there was no case for obstruction. President Trump has been fully and completely exonerated. Mueller said his investigation is over. The case is now closed."

"Now it's time to turn to the origins of the Russia hoax and get to the bottom of why the Trump campaign was spied on by the Obama-era DOJ and FBI. Anyone who is for transparency, constitutional civil liberties, and the rule of law should want to know why human sources, wiretapping, and unmasking were used to infiltrate a presidential campaign."

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham also released a statement via Twitter, where he congratulated Mueller for his service and urged everyone to follow his lead and move on.

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