Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff of California told CNN on March 25 that the evidence of collusion is in “plain sight” and questioned the judgment of Trump pick Attorney General William Barr:
There was a big difference between whether there was evidence of collusion — and I think that evidence is in plain sight — and whether you can establish proof beyond a reasonable doubt of a criminal conspiracy….
You have an attorney general who applied for the job by talking down any potential obstruction conviction or indictment who then went to a Senate confirmation and refused to recuse himself.
He has now done the job he applied for, which is attempt to exonerate Mr. Trump, when Mr. Mueller said no exoneration was in order. That ought to deeply concern people…
Our investigation has always focused on counterintelligence issues, that is, is the president or anyone around him compromised in some way. That work has to go on.
(Source: CNN via Twitter)