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The nine Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee a letter calling for the resignation of the Democrat chair Adam Schiff about his repeated claims by the Trump-Russia arrangement after the release of the Mueller report.

Every Republican on the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday, Rep. Adam Schiff step-down as Chairman of the California Democrat has repeatedly claimed that it had consultation evidence for the trump card-Russia.

In a letter obtained by Fox News and signed by each of the Republicans in the Committee, the legislature slammed the ship for his claims in the media that it is “more than circumstantial evidence” of collusion between the Trump campaign, and Russia. You repeated your claim in person during a feisty hearing on Thursday morning.

TRUMP CALLS FOR THE SHIP TO WITHDRAW

“Your actions in the past and the present are not compatible with your duty as Chairman of this Committee,” the letter said. “We have no confidence in their ability to discharge their duties in accordance with their Constitutional responsibility and call for your immediate resignation as Chairman of this Committee.”

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The letter follows the conclusion of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller Russia probe, no evidence for a collaboration between the trump campaign, and Russia, while the 2016 presidential elections.

President Trump himself went even further than the congressional Republicans Thursday morning tweeted:

“Congressman Adam Schiff, the should be forced for two years, knowingly lying and leaking, had to withdraw from the Congress!”

Ship, a vocal critic of the President has doubled down on his claim that Trump and his administration, in cooperation with foreign powers, in spite of Miller’s findings.

“Undoubtedly, there are agreements,” Schiff told The Washington Post after attorney General William Barr ‘ s four-page summary of the Miller investigation released Sunday. He told the newspaper, the question of whether trump or the people around him affected by a hostile foreign power in any part of Miller’s report.

SHIP FACES THE MOUNTING GOP CALLS FOR RESIGNATION OVER COLLUSION CLAIMS

The letter was sent to the ship, as the same Republicans confronted the ship at the beginning of a Russia-themed hearing on Thursday morning.

Rep. Michael Conaway, R-Texas, attacked the ship for the journey, a “false narrative” about agreements between Trump and Russia, and “undermine the faith” of the American people. Conaway then went on to demand ship immediately his Committee chairmanship to step back, to say that the Republicans on the Committee “have no confidence in you.”

The ship defended itself on Thursday hearing with regard to evidence of Russian hacking during the last presidential elections, that the Russian agents dirt on Hillary Clinton during the campaign, that the members of the Trump campaign, and the family took a meeting with the Russians.

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“You might think that it is okay that you lied about the meeting,” the ship said. “I don’t think that’s okay.”

Ship on Monday signed a letter with his fellow house Committee chairmen are calling for the full Mueller report of 2. April.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., at the beginning of this week said to delete the installation calls, ship were “absolutely ridiculous.” She consulted with the ship and the other Committee leaders over the weekend, as Barr notified Congress of Müller ‘ s combined report and the details.

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A Pelosi aide said the ship was attacked because he was “an excellent job.”

“Democrats will not be intimidated by the White house or Congress-Republican,” spokeswoman Ashley Etienne said. “We are not driving distracted as the position of the release of the full Mueller report and the underlying evidence, and we will continue to have legitimate oversight, because that is what the Constitution requires.”

Fox News’ Liam Quinn and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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