Adam Schiff: ‘We Can Darn Well Be Sure’ Trump Will Commit ‘More Egregious Acts’ Soon

by VIRGINIA KRUTA , Daily Caller
November 25, 2019

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff claimed Sunday morning that if House Democrats failed to move forward with impeachment, he was certain President Donald Trump would commit “more egregious acts.”

Schiff spoke with CNN’s Jake Tapper during the opening segments of “State of the Union,” giving an update on the recent public impeachment hearings held by his committee and talking about what the next steps might be.

Tapper pressed Schiff on the political aspect of impeachment, pointing out the fact that support for the process has waned particularly in key battleground states like Wisconsin. “Even if it costs you support, Democratic support in the House of Representatives, ultimately you could lose the House … and it makes President Trump stronger.”

“The public support for impeachment has grown fairly dramatically in the last two months,” Schiff protested. “Whether it is now essentially at a plateau or whether it will continue to grow or shrink, I don’t think it is really the question we should be asking.”

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • Gary Hull says:

    We can be sure that Schiff will continue with his Hate Trump Campaign no matter what. This continues to make up most of congress’s time and keeps them from the business of serving the people. He should be removed from office.

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