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Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) on Sunday hit back at House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) for vowing to oust Schiff from the House Intelligence Committee over his investigation into alleged connections between former President Trump's campaign and Russia.
“McCarthy's problem is not what I said about Russia. McCarthy's problem is that he can't reach 218 without Marjorie Taylor Greene and Paul Gosar and Matt Gaetz. And so he will do whatever they ask. And right now they are demanding that I be removed from our committees. And he's ready to do it. He's willing to do anything they ask. And that's the problem," Schiff said on CNN's State of the Union, referring to conservative Republicans from Georgia, Arizona and Florida respectively.
McCarthy is vying to be Speaker when the next Congress convenes and has been vocal about his plans to take the top spot, vowing to take Schiff and Democrats Eric Swalwell (California) and Ilhan Omar (Minnesota) out of their Committee to remove items.
McCarthy won the House GOP nomination for Speaker by a vote of 188 to 31, but he must secure a majority of a majority of votes throughout the lower chamber to secure the gavel.
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“Kevin McCarthy has no ideology. He has no core beliefs. It's very hard not only to get to 218 this way - it's even harder to keep 218. That's his problem," Schiff said on Sunday.
"So he's going to misrepresent my records. He will misrepresent Eric Swalwell or Ilhan Omar whatever he needs to do to get the votes of the QAnon caucus at his conference.”
Schiff's comments come a week after Omar McCarthy backfired over his plans to oust her from the House Foreign Affairs Committee and accused the GOP of wielding "fear, xenophobia, Islamophobia and racism" to target them and Spreading hate against “Muslim and African voices.”
Schiff also on Sunday retracted McCarthy's criticism of his Trump-Russia probe and defended his claims that there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
"McCarthy doesn't seem to think it's collusion for your campaign manager to give an agent of Russian intelligence insider polling data and battle strategies in key states while the Russians are supporting your campaign, but most Americans would call that collusion," Schiff said.
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Kevin McCarthy
Minority Leader of the US House of Representatives (born 1965)
Adam Schiff
US Representative from California
donald trump
45th President of the United States

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