in the vicinityVideoRep. Greg Steube: As a country, to move we need to be focused on moving forward and improving the lives of Americans
Florida Republican REP Greg Steube says he does not believe that the Congress a little more than in the Müller report, and more hearings.
Rep. Greg Steube, R-Fla., not “called for the end of investigations against President Trump on Wednesday, saying the Americans learn” anything from such actions.
“When is enough enough? You know, you have to examine 22 months, they had 25 million dollars, which was spent with 18 lawyers, 2,800 summonses, 500 search warrants, and 500 witness interviews. At one point, you say, ‘okay, we already have enough studies,'” Steube said on “your world with Neil Cavuto” and refers to Special Counsel Robert Mueller probe.
“And, with all the investigations, it comes without consultation, and the attorney General of any disability shall decide on the admission fees,” he told Neil Cavuto.
TRUMP VOWS THAT HE WOULD TAKE TO FIGHT THE INDICTMENT TO THE SUPREME COURT
Trump on Wednesday vowed to fight back against the Democrats in the Congress exhibition subpoenas for administration officials to bring when you call your current bid, the former White House counsel Don McGahn for the statement “ridiculous.”
Steube said that enough time and effort spent was to move to Russia, in consultation investigation and that it was time for the country.
THE LEADERS REFUSE TO IMMEDIATE IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS
“What we are learning from these hearings from the people who are part of this report, we have not yet learned, now?” Steube asked.
The Congressman also said he had no interest in hearing from McGahn and the President believed had every right to the claim of executive privilege.
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.