The View Meghan McCain on Thursday urged the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff (D-CA), to unveil his "smoking weapon", which linked the Trump campaign to Russia in the 2016 elections, and asked the congressman to say that the "evidence is in sight."
"Their quote is: & # 39; There is plenty of evidence of collusion. & # 39; You said that, but Robert Mueller and his investigation have shown that there were no collusion."
Look at the evidence you have and explain why Muller was wrong yesterday. "McCain demanded.
After the Californian legislature pointed out that Müller was" not wrong "and that he explicitly said in the report that" not "respond to the question of collusion." McCain gave an answer
You've been saying that on television for years, "she exclaimed.
Schiff, who claimed in March that there was" direct evidence "of Trump's collusion, pointed to the infamous Trump Tower meeting In 201
"The Russians offered dirt to Hillary Clinton and sent him to [Donald Trump Jr.]," Schiff said. "And Don Jr. replied in writing," As for your offer of illegal foreign aid, I would love it. "He accepted the offer.
Noting that Team Trump later lied about the meeting, the ship added that Müller had another question – whether he could prove the crime of conspiracy.
And how You know, I pointed out to the public there a long time before the Müller report is a difference between what we understand as collusion, and the question of whether you can prove all elements of the crime. "
McCain then went on and on asked Chairman of House Intel if the hearing was a "big win" for him Democrats who led the ship to the answer that he considered it a "victory for the American people" when they read the "unfiltered" facts directly from
"If you measure whether this is a success in terms of whether it brings us closer to the prosecutors or not, that was not my intention to bring him in," he added u. "My goal was to find out what work you did."
According to former Special Adviser Robert Mueller, Schiff has downplayed the possibility of impeachment and stated on Thursday that they must be "realistic" that only the president will do so. Schiff warned that Trump would feel "relieved" when he would be acquitted by a Senate led by the GOP.