SETUP: Top Republican Congressman Says Mueller Probe Was Based on ‘False Premises’

Congressman Doug Collins has been a champion for the American people in the last year. He’s worked diligently to get transparency and get documents released for the public to see in the Russia investigation.

Those documents include key testimonies to The House, and include interviews from the likes of Strzok, Page, McCabe, and others.

Saturday Collins said that the entire Russia investigation was based on “False Premises.”

“They said, ‘Leave it alone; don’t touch it.’ That’s all we were hearing because they believed that the Mueller report was actually going to give them the ammunition to give this president that they’ve hated for so long,” Collins told Fox News. “It didn’t happen!”

“I think, when you go back and you look…the American people ought to say, ‘Why’d this happen?’ How did we get here?’ And, I think [the president] was pointing that out,” Collins added.

“It’s very simple,” President Trump told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos. “There was no crime. There was no collusion. That big thing’s collusion. Now, there’s no collusion. That means they set—it was a setup.”

“Now you see Comey and you see Baker, you see McCabe and you see these folks going out trying to rehabilitate themselves. I’ve said this before: Jim Comey’s not out on the TV circuit right now because he thinks he’s right. I think he’s trying to rehabilitate himself because he knows, when we look at what actually happened, there’s going to be some problems here,” Collins said.

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