Russia: Pence urges Mueller to end investigation - 'Time to wrap it up'

Saul Bowman
May 12, 2018

"We got Otto home a year ago, but it wasn't soon enough and we lost him", Pence told CBS "This Morning" about his conversation with the Warmbier family.

Vice President Mike Pence spoke to NBC News on Thursday and urged special counsel Robert Mueller to end his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

Pence was asked about other families of prisoners in Iran who now fear the same fate as Warmbier in the aftermath of President Donald Trump's decision earlier this week to withdraw from the nuclear accord with the terrorist nation. Our administration has provided over a million documents.

Our administration has been fully cooperating with the special counsel and will continue to.

"I'd very respectfully invite the distinctive counselor and his team create their work completion". In an interview with Andrea Mitchell on NBC's Today, the vice president urged Mueller to finish his investigation into the Trump campaign's possible collusion with Russian Federation.

"Mike Pence has been claiming that he was just out in the dark", said "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough following Pence's interview.

Vice President Mike Pence touted the nation in what he dubbed a "momentous week for America on the world stage".

After a year of the Mueller investigation, Pence says it's time to wrap it up.

Well, as many social media users have since pointed out, is it possible Mueller's investigation into Trump team's alleged ties with the Kremlin is getting closer to the truth?

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