The audio, released by MSNBC's Rachel Maddow and recorded at a closed-door California fundraiser, shows Nunes admitting that collusion with a foreign government is a crime before offering a very narrow definition of that crime.
"We Republicans excoriated them, called them useful idiots for always apologizing for the Russians and always being part of the blame America first crowd".
Newly released audio from a Republican fundraiser features Nunes talking to donors at a gathering in Spokane, Washington, last week, during which Nunes said that "if we do not keep the majority, all of this goes away". That's because they need to shape the long-term future of the judiciary and secure the House and Senate in 2018 before they take down the deep state, according to Nunes at least.
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Paris Saint-Germain have also been linked with the vastly experienced Germany global . To me, he's one of the best central defenders in the world'.
He added: "We have to keep the majority". "But ultimately let's say the Portuguese came and brought her some stolen emails, and she chose to release those".
When questioned about why Rosenstein has not already been impeached, Nunes said "it's a bit complicated" because "we only have so many months left". Do you want them to drop everything and not confirm the Supreme Court justice, the new Supreme Court justice?
Democratic lawmakers and pundits quickly condemned the remarks, saying they indicated Nunes was attempting to obstruct justice by suggesting Rosenstein's investigation, headed by special counsel Robert Mueller, should be quashed.
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BBC North America reporter Anthony Zurcher suggests the first lady's statement contains veiled criticism of her husband's tweet. Lemon also asked James if he would ever consider running for the presidency, to which James replied, "Let's see first".
"So if we actually vote to impeach, OK, what that does is that triggers the Senate then has to take it up", he said on the recording. "After all", tweeted University of Texas Law School professor Steve Vladeck, "this has been the only explanation - for quite some time - for his ridiculous behavior on everything from the unmasking scandal" to the "Rosenstein impeachment". "I don't think you're gonna get any argument from most of our colleagues". If so, that's leaves roughly a month of time before elections for Nunes and Friends to renew Rosenstein impeachment efforts.
He also said that impeaching Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein - which he favors, in theory - would delay the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court. "Well, if that's the case, then that's criminal".
Remember, while it's Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein who has the power the fire Mueller right now, Trump also has the constitutional power to direct repeal of a regulation that the attorney general alone may fire a special counsel.
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Saudi's foreign ministry called the statement "a major, unacceptable affront to the kingdom's laws and judicial process". Saudi Arabia's media ministry is investigating the incident, which came as tensions between the two countries escalated.
This email will be delivered to your inbox once a day in the morning. "It's a matter of, it's a matter of timing". House Speaker Rep. Paul Ryan threw water on the idea when it was introduced before the August recess in Congress by members of the right-leaning House Freedom Caucus, while McMorris Rodgers has said in statements that she supports the Russian investigation but wants to see it come swiftly to a close.