White House adviser Kellyanne Conway says the White House is “accepting apologies” after the release of the redacted Mueller report on Thursday.
Speaking to reporters, Conway claimed major victory on the findings in the report, praising her boss, President Donald Trump, and saying this is “really the best day since he got elected.”
Conway went on to argue that it’s “very clear” nobody got in the way of special counsel Robert Mueller‘s investigation despite the fact that Mueller had detailed “10 episodes involving the president” and discussed “potential legal theories for connecting these actions to elements of an obstruction offense,” according to Attorney General William Barr.
“That report makes very clear that this White House and this president and none of us got in their way,” she staunchly declared.
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Kellyanne Conway responds to release of redacted Mueller report and says this is "really the best day since he got elected."
— ABC News (@ABC) April 18, 2019
The White House adviser went on to offer an olive branch to anyone inclined to say sorry to her or the president, mentioning to reporters that “we’re accepting apologies today, too, for anybody who feels the grace in offering them.”
It is not clear how many people will take up Conway’s offer to apologize, but what is clear is her husband, George Conway will not be one of those people, as he continued to criticize the Trump administration following the release of the redacted report.