He also stood by his vote for Trump, though he had at one point during the campaign suggested that he wouldn't cast his ballot that way.
"By far, Donald Trump was the better choice," he said with a smirk, knowing it would upset the crowd. "There was no possible way I was ever going to vote for Hillary Clinton."
One Trump supporter — the only to ask a question — applauded Chaffetz and talked about moving forward. There was little chance to respond before the rumbling resumed.
Bill Willett, 57, from South Salt Lake, arrived at the town-hall meeting at 2 p.m., though doors didn't open until 6 p.m. He first said his name was "Barely Noticeable" because he feels looked over by Congress. Willett urged Chaffetz to be "the first banging on the White House doors" to investigate the president.