Dem Rep.: Voters Talk to Me About Russia Investigation ‘When I’m out in the Street’

‘In town hall meetings, comes up all the time’

Dem Rep: Voters Talk to Me About Russia Investigation ‘When I’m Out in the Street’ (The Washington Free Beacon)

Democratic Rep. Gerry Connolly (Va.) said Thursday that his constituents regularly bring up Robert Mueller's special counsel investigation when they see him at town halls and on the street.

Connolly represents Virginia's 11th congressional district, which is inside the Capital Beltway surrounding Washington, D.C., and he reported that his constituents want him to pass a law protecting Mueller from being fired.

"In town hall meetings, comes up all the time. When I'm out in the street, it comes up," Connolly said of Mueller’s investigation.

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