The chair of the House Intelligence Committee also addressed GOP leader Kevin McCarthy's pledge to strip his assignments if elected House speaker.
One was contrite, the other just bragged. Here are the very different statements that President Bill Clinton and President Donald Trump gave after their impeachment acquittals.
Trump's claim he could declassify files with his mind doesn't "demonstrate much intelligence of any kind," the lawmaker said.
The Democratic congressman said he's worried the Justice Department is not approaching the probe with the same level of urgency that Congress is.
“Former President Trump’s conduct has potentially put our national security at grave risk," wrote Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Adam Schiff.
Remember that Donald Trump withheld military aid from Ukraine to pressure officials to dig up dirt on the Bidens.
“If this violence against the Capitol wasn’t part of the plan ... then why would he consider pardoning them?” asked Schiff, who sits on the House Jan. 6 committee.
"If they don’t fulfill their lawful duty when subpoenaed... they too may be prosecuted,” said the Democrat, who's on the committee investigating Jan. 6.
The "Late Show" host claims to have inside information straight from Moscow.
The California lawmaker serves the former president with a blunt reminder.