House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., arrives for a Democratic Caucus meeting at the Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, March 26, 2019. Schiff, the focus of Republicans' post-Mueller ire, says Mueller's conclusion would not affect his own committee's counterintelligence probes. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

"So Bob Mueller, he was a U.S. Attorney. He was the Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division. He was the FBI Director for 12 years. He had the full resources of the United States government behind his investigation, dozens of FBI agents wiretaps foreign intelligence intercepts and he found zero evidence of collusion. Does anyone really think that Adam Schiff, a Democratic politician of the House, is going to turn up with Bob Mueller couldn't turn up. I mean it. If he wants to, you know, chase these conspiracy theories, I guess that's his prerogative. I can't imagine that people back in his district in California, for that matter many Americans, think that's a good use of our time in Congress."

---Senator Tom Cotton on Congressman Adam Schiff wanting to continue to investigate President Trump even after Mueller said there was no Russia collusion.

Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR), who is a member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, spoke with Brian Kilmeade about the end of the Mueller probe into Russian collusion, Democrats not voting for the Green New Deal in the Senate, agreeing with President Trump recognizing Israel's sovereignty over the Golan Heights and Russia sending troops to Venezuela.

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