GOP House Minority Leader first claimed he hadn't heard about it, and then rejected the offer from the whistle-blower's attorney for written testimony, under oath, directly from Republicans during an interview on this Sunday's Face the Nation.
"I think this is analogous to a grand jury proceeding," Schiff told Margaret Brennan on Face The Nation.
Republican presidential candidates Mark Sanford and Joe Walsh debated the impeachment of Donald Trump on live television on Sunday.
Here's Your Weekly Reminder That Republicans Want To Balance The Budget On The Backs Of The Elderly And The Poor
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham tells CBS' Margaret Brennan that the tax cuts that blew up the deficit are going to pay for themselves, and that we need to get "entitlement" spending under control if we want to balance the budget.
Tom Cotton Calls To Begin 'Retaliatory Strikes' On Iran By Unleashing 'Fire And Fury Of The Military'
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) on Sunday called for a "retaliatory strike on Iran" after Trump administration officials alleged that the country is behind attacks on oil tankers.
Trump enabler Sen. Mike Lee tells CBS anchor Bob Schieffer that the "tone" of the Mueller report on obstruction "is reminiscent of Pinocchio in the movie Shrek 3."
When is the media going to start asking this guy why anyone would want him as a so-called "point man" on health care?
Trump called the possibility of military intervention in Venezuela "an option" during an interview on CBS' Face the Nation this Sunday.
Trump Disputes Report That Pompeo Spoke To McConnell About Senate Run As 'Fake News,' Yet Facts Show Otherwise
Donald Trump continues to live in a fantasy world utterly devoid of facts. His latest delusion: Denying that McConnell spoke to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about running for Senate even when the facts back it up.
Vice President Mike Pence told CBS News over the weekend that he "would be willing" to sit for an interview with agents from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
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