"Like sometimes you love the president's tweets, sometimes we cringe on the president's tweets", he said, attempting to discredit Mueller's purported examination of Trump's inflammatory posts as part of his inquiry into possible obstruction of justice. "Which is really the danger", he said.
In the wake of leaked audio of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) admitting that the House has to keep its Republican majority to block Donald Trump's impeachment, CNN counterintelligence analyst Phil Mudd exploded with criticism of the California Republican.
The Mueller investigation is now looking at the extent of Russian intervention in the 2016 US Presidential election, and whether there was any collusion from the Trump campaign.
"I mean, we have to keep all these seats".
"So if we actually vote to impeach, OK, what that does is that triggers the Senate then has to take it up", he said. We have to keep the majority. "If we do not keep the majority, all of this goes away", said Nunes, R-Calif.
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The "exclusive" recalled Maddow's infamous March 2017 dud, when she announced that she had found Trump's tax returns, then spent the first 20 minutes of her show talking before revealing a ax return showing Trump had paid a large amount of federal taxes.
He blamed the Senate's schedule - and the interest in swiftly confirming Brett Kavanaugh, Trump's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court - for the failure of the House to take up impeachment proceedings against Rod J. Rosenstein, the deputy attorney general.
The Nunes-led House Intelligence Committee conducted a yearlong investigation of Russia's election interference.
"You have to decide what you want right now because the Senate only has so much time". House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan threw water on the idea when it was introduced before the August recess in Congress by members of the right-leaning House Freedom Caucus, while McMorris Rodgers has said in statements that she supports the Russian investigation but wants to see it come swiftly to a close.
Nunes, who has been among the most vocal critics of Rosenstein and the Department of Justice (DOJ), reasoned to supporters that the impeachment process was "a bit complicated" because the Senate would have to deal with much of the fallout. "But ultimately let's say the Portuguese came and brought her some stolen emails, and she chose to release those. It's a matter of, it's a matter of timing", he added. "Well, if that's the case, then that's criminal".