Mueller Indictments Prove No Collusion and Hillary Lost By Being a Terrible Candidate

Recently, Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged “Russian collusion” during the 2016 U.S. Presidential election yielded indictments against 13 Russians, who ended up being little more than internet “trolls,” and had no connection to the Trump campaign.

The indictments have essentially cleared President Trump and his administration of any suspicion of collusion, and Mueller’s investigation, which was a thinly-veiled attempt at impeaching the president, should be immediately halted.

In light of the recent information, President Trump took to Twitter, where he clearly explained that Russia began their “meddling” in 2014, long before he decided to enter the election.

Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein also held a press conference, in which he reiterated the fact that there was no “Russian collusion” by any American citizen, and that nothing “altered the outcome” of the election.

President Trump quoted Rosenstein, as well as Rob Goldman, the Vice President of Facebook Ads, who said he had “seen all of the Russian ads,” and stated “very definitely” that “swaying the election was *NOT* the [Russians’] main goal.”

The president also quoted Michael Goodwin, of the New York Post, who said that the recent indictments proved that “the Russians had no impact on the election results,” and added that “She [Hillary Clinton] lost the old-fashioned way, by being a terrible candidate.”

“Funny how the ‘Fake News Media‘ doesn’t want to say that the Russian group was formed in 2014, long before my run for President,” said Trump on Twitter, adding, “Maybe they knew I was going to run, even though I didn’t know!”

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 17, 2018

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