The commander-in-chief also said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Schiff was a "smart guy" but "crooked as hell" as he addressed the Values Voter Summit.
Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff joined several GOP lawmakers in condemning President Trump's U.S. troop withdrawal from Syria, warning that ISIS is already beginning its resurgence.
The proceedings under Presidents Nixon and Clinton sought the truth rather than partisan advantage.
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"If I lied, even a little bit in front of those guys like Adam Schiff has lied to the American people," Trump Jr. said, "and in front of Congress the other day, they'd throw me in jail for perjury."
"Well, you got rid of Pelosi and you got rid of shifty Schiff. Finland is a happy country," Trump said, adding that Finnish President Sauli Niinistö is "a happy leader, too."
"That was an article of impeachment against Richard Nixon," said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, flanked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Pompeo previously accused congressional Democrats of intimidation tactics for requesting depositions from department officials.
Giuliani said if Schiff is removed and a "neutral person" is put in his place as chairman of the House committee, then he may consider cooperating with Congress.
"You know, part of this is our fault, in the media we set up these just terrible incentives," Carlson said.
"I want to know who's the person who gave the whistleblower the information because that's close to a spy," Trump reportedly told staff at the U.S. Mission to the U.N.
"This is the essence of what the president communicates," California Rep. Adam Schiff said before taking artistic license in paraphrasing President Donald Trump's call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
"It is shocking at another level that the White House would release these notes and felt that somehow this would help the president's case or cause because what those notes reflect is a classic mafia-like shakedown of a foreign leader," said Rep. Adam Schiff.
The director of national intelligence refused to disclose information to lawmakers on Thursday about a whistleblower complaint reportedly filed against an alleged promise made by Trump to an unknown foreign leader.
"This is not considered by the intelligence community...to be a frivolous matter or something that was overblown," Andrew McCabe said.
Neal Katyal suggested that the White House and Department of Justice are "contorting themselves backwards to try to hide this."
"The jury I'm most worried about, not the Senate because I think that's a preordained conclusion, is the American people. Can we make the case to the American people? I want to make sure that's true before we go down that path."
California Democratic congressman Adam Schiff said President Donald Trump believes "racism is a good political strategy" to rile up Republican voters heading into 2020.
Special counsel Robert Mueller was issued with subpoenas to appear before Congress on July 17 by the House judiciary and intelligence committees.
In response to a subpoena, Mueller will testify July 17 before two separate House panels led by Democrats.
"Make no mistake, there is nothing that Congress is doing or not doing that compels the administration to have facilities where children don't have blankets or toothbrushes or soap," Representative Adam Schiff said.
Thus far, the House Intelligence chairman said the FBI has only provided him a "generic statement of process" to his questions about the counterintelligence probe that originated before the Russia investigation.
The hearing comes as House Democrats are trying to highlight key portions of the Mueller report to the public.
"[Trump] doesn't seem to understand that a fundamental aspect of his job is to try to make us a more perfect union," the congressman said.
As of Saturday, Sen. Chris Murphy said his letter to Republican leadership about Giuliani still stands.
The Russian president "knew there was no collusion whatsoever," Donald Trump told reporters after their phone call.
Former judge Andrew Napolitano said that the attorney general "was splitting hairs" in trying to explain his previous testimony to Congress.
"What we are seeing is anyone that gets close to Donald Trump becomes tainted by that experience," Representative Adam Schiff said.
Schiff called out Republican leaders Rep. Kevin McCarthy and Sen. Mitch McConnell on Sunday morning.