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U.S. Representative Martha Mcsally releases statement on special counsel appointment

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U.S. Rep. Martha McSally U.S. Rep. Martha McSally

U.S. Representative Martha Mcsally released a statement, after the Justice Department appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel to oversee the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump Campaign, and Russia.

The statement reads:

"The Justice Department’s naming of former FBI Director Robert Mueller today as special counsel to oversee the ongoing investigation into Russia’s meddling in our election is the right decision at this time. Director Mueller is someone who is free of politics, most recently demonstrated in 2011 when the Senate voted 100-0 to extend his term as FBI Director for two years. He has a long and distinguished career in law enforcement and a tremendously in-depth understanding of the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigations. I look forward to an expeditious conclusion to this investigation in order to provide answers to the questions the American people are asking and I think former Director Mueller is a great choice to do just that.”  

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