If special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation found no collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, House Democrats won’t either, a former campaign adviser said Sunday. In an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Michael Caputo, who served as a political adviser to Trump’s campaign in late 2015 and early 2016, said he’s “relieved” the Mueller probe is now over. “I’m one of dozens of witnesses who have gone through this and as just a witness, I’m going to be able to press play as soon as this is all out there,” he declared. Caputo, who angrily called for “an investigation of the investigators” last year, lamented Sunday his family “had our lives on pause for two years” — and added that he lost both his home and business. He added that his testimony before congressional committees was nothing in comparison to with working with the Mueller’s investigators, whom he called “the most impressive array of investigatory talent the American government has assembled in the 21st century.” “I don’t care what the House Democrats want to go after from here forward, if Mueller can’t find it, they’re not going to find it,” he said.