No, Mr. President. The Special Counsel’s indictment states no conclusion on issue of collusion or electoral impact of Russian interference on the election. The former is under investigation and latter is beyond their scope. https://t.co/AMktnbeQrk— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) February 16, 2018
No, Mr. Vice President, that’s false. The Intelligence Community reached no conclusion as to whether Russia’s actions had a determinative effect on the election’s outcome. For you and the President to continue saying it did, gravely misrepresents their work. https://t.co/xa5MA2GOPA— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) February 14, 2018
The failure to fire Rob Porter earlier and the constant churn within the White House are indicative of a central moral failing, and a conundrum facing all of the President’s staff — how do you ethically serve a deeply unethical man?— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) February 12, 2018
With the failure to pass an immigration bill in the Senate today, and time running out before the President starts deporting DREAMers next month, it’s time for @SpeakerRyan to allow a vote on the Dream Act.— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) February 15, 2018
Mueller's indictment reaffirms what the Intelligence Community concluded, what our investigation has borne out, and what President Trump denies — that Russia interfered in our election in an effort to assist his presidential campaign. pic.twitter.com/iXvkLjcWvW— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) February 16, 2018
.@RepAdamSchiff on new Russia indictment: "It ought to put to rest, for anyone, including the President, who continues to call this a witch hunt, that the evidence is now overwhelming and unequivocal."— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) February 18, 2018
.@RepAdamSchiff says Bannon "refused to answer" almost all Qs and asserted he'd been "instructed by the White House to invoke executive privilege on behalf of the President."— Olivia Victoria Gazis (@Olivia_Gazis) February 15, 2018
"The breadth of that claim...is breathtaking & insupportable, and indeed at times it was laughable."
.@RepAdamSchiff tells @DanaBashCNN: "It is inexplicable that the President of the United States continues to sit on sanctions that Congress passed — that Congress wants enforced against Russia over this interference."— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) February 18, 2018
It honestly makes me sad that this is what our elected officials have been reduced to.— Chad Stockel (@DBQtoLou) February 20, 2018
You're absolutely right on the facts, Mr. Schiff. And the way Trump has lowered the discourse is yet another example of his unfitness to serve as President.