Trump Supporters Fire Back After Mueller Throws Shade in New Statement

On Wednesday, special counsel Robert Mueller broke his silence, and made a statement on the Mueller report.

During his speech, Mueller stoked the fires of dissent, by attacking Trump, claiming if he had “confidence” that President Trump had not committed a crime, he would have said so.

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Breitbart reported that Special Counsel Robert Mueller announced Wednesday the office of the special counsel was closing and he was returning to private life, in his first public comments since his investigation began in May 2017.

He reiterated the conclusions outlined in his final report, which Attorney General William Barr released last month.

On the subject of whether the Trump campaign conspired with Russia during the 2016 election, Mueller said, “There was insufficient evidence to charge a broader conspiracy.”

On the subject of whether President Trump ever criminally obstructed his investigation, Mueller was more vague — saying his team was not confident the president did not commit a crime. However, he did not say his team was confident the president did commit a crime either.

“If we had confidence the president did not commit a crime we would have said so,” he said.

Mueller said he appreciated Barr making his final report “largely public” and suggested that it would be a waste of time if he testified to Congress.

Trump supporters took to Twitter to squash Mueller’s attempted attacks on President Trump.