Romney Stands Bold (As Trump, Hickaby, Fox, etc., attack Mitt like jackals at a kill). What did Curtis, Lee, Bishop, McAdams and Chaffetz have to Say?
*Romney: “I am sickened at the extent and pervasiveness of dishonesty and misdirection by individuals in the highest office of the land, including the President.
Reading the report is a sobering revelation of how far we have strayed from the aspirations and principles of the founders.”
*Rep. Chris Stewart: "Mr. Mueller conducted a detailed and thorough investigation that mirrors what we found in the House Intelligence investigation — no collusion or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia," Stewart said. "Now that the American people know the truth, I look forward to moving beyond the political theatrics and coming together to work on behalf of the American people.”
*Rep. Ben McAdams, “I am pleased that special counsel Mueller was able to complete his investigation and is helping bring to justice those who allowed Russian meddling in the 2016 election," he said. "If the conclusion remains that there is no further criminal wrongdoing, I think we should, as a country, move on and ensure that Russia cannot interfere again.”
*Former Utah GOP Congressman Jason Chaffetz, of course on Fox News, "I think the Democrats are scrambling. I don't think they know what to do. I think it is part of their demise and I think it's a big part of why I think Donald Trump will be re-elected in 2020."
*Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, joined the Trump victory lap, tweeting: "The Mueller report is finally available and it is definitive: there was no collusion."
*Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, calls the matter a "distracting chapter of U.S. history." He said he's “satisfied with Mueller's and Barr's conclusion that there was no collusion and obstruction.”
Rep. John Curtis, R-Utah, said Barr released the report in a fair and appropriate way and with as much transparency as possible. He said he looks forward to reviewing the document and "working with my colleagues on the next steps to move the country forward and continue restoring public trust in our government."