Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., said in an interview Sunday that special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed far too early to investigate Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 election.
R-WIsch里的森·罗恩·约翰逊星期天在接受访问时说：“特别顾问罗伯特穆勒任命为调查俄罗斯干预2016年选举为时过早。” Johnson, who was on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” said he “would’ve much rather had the Senate and House Intelligence Committees complete their report” prior to Mueller's selection.
约翰逊在NBC的“媒体见面会”中阐述，“在选择穆勒之前，参议院和众议院情报委员会完全有能力完成他们的报告”。 The head of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee said he is concerned that the position of special counsel hindered investigations, Politico reported.
据<<政客新闻网>>报道，参议院国土安全和政府事务委员会负责人表示，他担心特别顾问的位置会阻碍调查。 “I just thought he was appointed too soon. I would've rather had the process play out,” Johnson said. “Because I think public disclosure, the public's right to know, is — trumps everything else.”