President Donald Trump pumped his fist victoriously when he landed in West Virginia for GOP fundraising just hours after Robert Mueller completed his testimony about Russia to House legislators.
After the high-stakes testimony, Kevin McCarthy, leader of the California minority service, said it was time to put America first. It is time to complete the 2016 elections & # 39 ;.
McCarthy seemed to ignore Mueller's point that the Special Counsel investigation had not acquitted the president of misconduct and urged Democrats to close the chapter on this book they had been trying to close for three years & # 39; after the testimony.
Trump kept his head high when he arrived in Wheeling, West Virginia for a fundraising closed door, where he proudly greeted the fans and destroyed the testimony of Mueller and the & # 39; called.
Donald Trump has victoriously pumped his fist at the landing in West Virginia for a closed-door fundraiser for the Republican party Wednesday night
Trump raised his head when he arrived in Wheeling, West Virginia for a fundraising closed door and destroyed Mueller's testimony before waiting for fans and a & # 39; dud & # 39; called
Trump was excited after Mueller's testimony that led the leader of California's minority service Kevin McCarthy to say: “It's time to put America first. It is time to complete the 2016 elections & # 39;
Trump gloated about Mueller & # 39; s & # 39; dud & # 39; testimony to the crowd that gathered at WesBanco Arena that Mueller & # 39; s testimony Wednesday night
McCarthy revealed that he wants Congress to continue with the Russian investigation and says that Mueller's probe did not find the president guilty of collusion.
& # 39; You're asking if I'm worried about this president? He has created millions of jobs, he has the strongest economy we've had in more than 50 years, & McCarthy told reporters on Capitol Hill after the hearings according to the Washington examiner.
& # 39; There was no collusion, so how do you get obstruction? This president has done nothing wrong in this process, so no, I have no problem with this president, & he added.
Trump praised Wednesday's hearings as a & # 39; very good day & # 39; for the Republican party.
Before leaving for West Virginia, he spoke with reporters on the White House lawn alongside counselor Kellyanne Conway and White House press secretary, Stephanie Grisham.
Before leaving for West Virginia, he spoke with reporters from the White House lawn alongside counselor Kellyanne Conway and White House press secretary, Stephanie Grisham
White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham (center) depicted with Kellyanne Conway (second left) while Trump speaks to the media before flying to West Virginia on Wednesday evening
Hogan Gidley, Kellyanne Conway and Stephanie Grisham White House Deputy Press Secretary imagined how they spoke to the president before moving to West Virginia
He beamed when he arrived in West Virginia for a closed-door fundraising organization organized by Robert E. Murray, the CEO of Murray Energy, the largest underground mining company in America.
Upon landing, he was greeted by Republican government Jim Justice and a crowd of supporters who & # 39; US! & # 39; Sang
Once arrived at WesBanco Arena for the fundraising campaign, Trump glowed at the crowd gathered outside and declined Mueller's testimony as a & # 39; dud & # 39; and a miserable attempt orchestrated by Democrats to discredit him, West Virginia Senate President Mitch Carmichael told AP.
He further called the investigation a disappointment for his opponents who thought that new information from the investigation would come to light on Wednesday.
Speaking to the fundraiser, Trump shared prepared comments and doubled his political agenda for a southern border wall, claimed that the US got shorthanded in international trade agreements and thanked his Republican supporters in the deep red state of West Virginia.
Mueller testified before the House on Wednesday and said his investigation did not free Trump from misconduct, but did not provide any new details
Trump shared this tweet Wednesday night and stated that & # 39; The Witch Hunt is over & # 39;
Trump also met a small group, including governors from West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio at the exclusive fundraising, where those present had locked their cell phones in bags.
A Republican National Committee official said about 1,000 people would attend the event, which was expected to raise $ 2.5 million for a joint committee supporting the Trump and RNC re-election campaign.
Trump also went to Twitter on Wednesday evening after Mueller's testimony and said: & # 39; The Democrats have lost BIG today. Their party is now in ruins … & # 39;
He also shared a video about Sean Hannity on Fox and wrote: & # 39; The witch hunt is over! & # 39;
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