1. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway walking out to talk with reporters
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor:
"I called this a political proctology exam. Actually the attorney general and the deputy attorney general in the original four page memo said that they found no basis for obstruction. And you know he's been cleared. Look this is the Mueller report, Mueller investigation. Mueller's team helped with the redactions, so all of you who have been talking about how wonderful the Mueller team in them and how important it was to protect Mueller, how important it was to protect the investigation, how important it was to protect the deputy attorney general. That report makes very clear that this White House and this president and none of us got in their way."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor:
"Never refused to comply with the request. Lots of people went over there and testified many documents produced and that the Department of Justice has made very clear that every request that they issued was actually responded to and fulfilled. That should make people feel very good about democracy and you make them feel really great that campaign that I managed and was successful and did not collude with any Russians. We're accepting apologies today too for anybody who feels the grace in offering them. There was no collusion and there certainly was no criminal conspiracy with any Russians. When I needed to find negative information about Hillary Clinton and how to beat her, I look no further than Hillary Clinton."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor:
"The intent matters and the president's intention here was not to not to do that. And so intent matters and I know you want to cherry pick one line here or one line there because the big lie that you've let fly for two years, it's over folks. I mean I guess if people want investigate in Congress, they want to waste their time and not listen to people like Nancy Pelosi are saying let's not impeach, let's move on, let's talk about what was her word yesterday kitchen table issues."
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor:
"I was very surprised to see that by somebody who's been here sparingly over the last couple of years. I was very surprised to see that because that was not the reaction of the president that day when I was there. And he has never, they're words said the where the president is quoted throughout the report where he doesn't use those words. So I'm not sure. you can ask the people about that. But I I will tell you he has never once on the campaign said I think we should resign. I'm not going to run anymore. Let's just--we're done here I go back home my happy life, make billions of dollars. He has never said that during the campaign. He certainly never said that since we're here and I've been on by his side for three straight years now."
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor:
"Honestly it's time to move on, total exoneration, the president is in a great mood. And I think what's incredibly important here is that democracy and the world's greatest country, greatest Democracy flourishes. You don't need to collude with a foreign government. You don't need to get information from WikiLeaks. You can win elections fairly and squarely."
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor:
"If they think it is then they can call him (Mueller) to testify. But the but the country also has a right to ask when are you going to legislate not investigate? Is this oversight or overreach? The attorney general said today, sure you want to call Mr. Mueller to testify. call him to testify. But I think the burden is increasing going to be on those who won't let go of this big lie, to prove why they are continually just in a different form."
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor:
"Well the president said all along it's a witch hunt, it's a hoax. I just called it a political proctology exam and we emerge with a clean bill of health, but investing in investigators is something that some of the investigators think would be a good idea. This country, look if you're going to scream about transparency and accountability and you investigations for two years then I've got 22 more months to wait to see how we got here in the first place."
16. SOUNDBITE (English) Kellyanne Conway, White House counselor:
"So we know there have been leaks. And again in the interest of our thriving democracy, before the president gets re-elected which is a sure thing at this point. let's, let's have since we see ungatz, as my entire gramma's say nothing on the other side. Let's see let's see let's see who is leaking, let's see here let's put them under oath, let's investigate the investigators why not? Anybody who objects to that is being partisan."
Senior Adviser Kellyanne Conway declared that the result of the Special Counsel's report shows that the White House didn't interfere with the probe, and "should make people feel good about democracy."
"We're accepting apologies today too," Conway told reporters, adding Trump was in "a great mood."
The report on the Russia investigation is two volumes and 448 pages long including attachments.
The report's first volume details Russian election interference and the second relates to whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice.
"Honestly it's time to move, total exoneration, the president is in a great mood," said Conway.
"I think what's incredibly important here is that democracy and the world's greatest country, greatest Democracy flourishes. You don't need to collude with a foreign government. You don't need to get information from WikiLeaks. You can win elections fairly and squarely."
Mueller found no criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russia government to interfere in the 2016 election.
He did not exonerate Trump on the question of whether he committed obstruction of justice.