President Trump is expressing confidence that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into whether Russia colluded with his successful 2016 presidential campaign will ultimately exonerate him of all crimes.
The President even told reporters Wednesday morning that Mueller’s report should be made available to the public saying, “let it come out. Let people see it.”
House Judiciary Committee Member Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., said President Trump is confident because the report will be insignificant.
“I think the president is sensing the same thing even my Democrat friends are sensing, which is that this is going to be a nothing burger as far as Russian collusion,” he told FOX Business' Kennedy on Wednesday.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich on Wednesday said that if Mueller’s report isn’t the bombshell some are expecting, “there would no longer be any justification for what the House Dems want to do.”
In Biggs' opinion the House Democrats’ investigations, “were without validity to begin with” and the probe being led by his colleague on the Judiciary Committee, Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., “is a joke.”
"[Democrats] are doing this because they’re playing to their radical base and I think quite frankly that some of my colleagues very sincerely are looking for impeachment,” he said.
Biggs added, "the reality is the more [Democrats] go after this president… the more that he’s going to be assured a  victory,” he said.