Kellyanne Conway, Don Trump Jr. and others are also hammering the Democrat.
Time for Schiff to step down as intel chairman. https://t.co/UypRLeNVES
Kellyanne Conway said that Rep. Adam Schiff “ought to resign today” over his insistence during the Russia investigation that there was “plenty of evidence” pointing to collusion between Trump's campaign and the Kremlin https://t.co/GttWxqj4Yt
NEW: Trump allies and House Republicans are trying to turn Adam SCHIFF into the face of their post-Mueller fury. https://t.co/MF0oVwOqXD
UPDATE: @GOPLeader calls on Schiff to quit the Intel Committee as Republicans mount a campaign of recriminations against him and Dems who aggressively probed collusion. Story w/ @sarahnferris @BresPolitico https://t.co/MF0oVwOqXD
MCCARTHY calls on Schiff to step down as House Intel chairman @BresPolitico @kyledcheney https://t.co/VLrAfHC9aC
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