Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley was set straight on Twitter after she urged the American public to “move on” now that Robert Mueller has submitted his report while stating President Donald Trump didn’t interfere with the investigation.
As many commentators noted, Trump himself admitted he fired then-FBI Director James Comey over the investigation.
Following news that Mueller had submitted his report to Attorney General William Barr, Haley tweeted, “After this long investigation both sides agreed to let Mueller do his job & complete the investigation. Everyone has to acknowledge that
@realDonaldTrump did not interfere in the investigation. Now the American public needs to accept the results and move on. #EnoughAlready .”
Not everyone agreed.
See responses below:
After this long investigation both sides agreed to let Mueller do his job & complete the investigation. Everyone has to acknowledge that @realDonaldTrump did not interfere in the investigation. Now the American public needs to accept the results and move on. #EnoughAlready 🇺🇸
— Nikki Haley (@NikkiHaley) March 22, 2019
He confessed on camera to obstruction
— Grudge (@grudging1) March 23, 2019
He obstructed justice by firing Comey.
— Devin Nunes' Mom's Cow's Mother's Son (@nathantyree) March 23, 2019
Not to mention his smears of Mueller, FBI, CIA – and all the people he did a complete disservice to as he lied and lied and lied. Move on? Time will move on but I, personally, will never give him the benefit of doubt, he cannot be trusted
— Jackie G (@GehringJackie) March 23, 2019
Have you seen/read the report? I understood it was delivered to AG Barr; he would digest, summarize, and brief Congress. Has that happened? Is it tomorrow already? Never too early to spin though.
— Deborah Howard (@dphoward) March 23, 2019
Ummm. We need to SEE the results.
— Chad Reisenger (@creisenger) March 23, 2019
Trump and Giuliani engaged in witness intimidation regarding Michael Cohen. Trump fired James Comey specifically to try to shut down the investigation. Get real, Ms. Haley. https://t.co/dRbb0SDhVI
— Mark Jacob (@MarkJacob16) March 23, 2019
What if the results show that Trump should have been indicted for a few felonies but the DOJ policy saying a sitting president restrained Mueller?
— Ginny Fite (@unwrinkledbrain) March 23, 2019
— chris (@feelikeastrnger) March 23, 2019
Actually, no. I don't have to acknowledge that. Thanks.
— Fangirl (@amifangirl) March 23, 2019