Democrats are "tortured" by the question of whether they should prosecute President Trump, a Republican congressman said Thursday, in response to news that Trump's Attorney General William Barr had given authority to document the origins of the investigation into Russia to outclass.
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" If the president needs an intervention, I think Nancy Pelosi and the rest of her caucus need to go to Dr. Phil and talk about her feelings and figure out how to handle this question. "
Pelosi on Thursday called on members of the Trump family, White House staff, and government officials to stage an "intervention" for President Trump.
Trump issued a memorandum on Thursday evening in which Barr was given the authority to downgrade all documents related to monitoring the Trump campaign in 2016.
Trump also ordered the intelligence community to work with Barr.
Gaetz said those involved in the intelligence community Whoever started the Russian collusion narrative will attack each other.
"I think if we approach the target, among the people who were ready to turn up more circular firing squads the presidency will derail the fact that they have taken illegal action," he said.
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Gaetz also noted that Thursday's news led to Obama-era intelligence officials allegedly being involved in Russia. The investigation could soon have consequences.
"I think the most important thing about this arrangement is that it shows that Comey, Clapper and Brennan are all in danger," Gaetz said. "If this were just a matter of FBI misconduct, the President would not have given the Attorney General powers to enforce evidence by the intelligence services."