U.S. law enforcement requested information from more than 18,000 Apple accounts in the first half of 2020, nearly seven times higher than the same time period in 2015.
The May 2019 video shows Harris asking the then-attorney general whether anyone at the White House suggested to him that he should open an investigation into anyone.
The California Democrat said the attorney general needs to make sure there is "accountability" for those involved.
"Once again, a gunman has turned a public space into a site of tragedy. We don't have to live in fear like this," Democratic California Representative Adam Schiff wrote.
The California congressman is the chair of the House Intelligence Committee and was the lead manager for Democrats during Trump's first impeachment in early 2020.
Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff called for a quick impeachment of the president, following the riot at the Capitol on Wednesday.
"We still have enormous and urgent work to do to defend our critical information and networks," House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said Wednesday.
"Someone in this conspiracy has to have a close enough relationship to the president or people around the president to make it happen," House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said.
Many Republicans praised Trump for granting Flynn clemency, while Democrats felt the pardon was an act of corruption.
"But this is who Donald Trump is," Schiff told CNN. "It's who he was on his way into the presidency, it will be exactly who he is on his last days of the presidency."
The president has refused to concede the election to Joe Biden, and few Republican lawmakers have broken rank with his stance.
Ratcliffe said he's tired of "people using the intelligence community to leverage some political narrative."
Schiff said that while he supports "doing away with" the Electoral College, "discrete changes" to the Constitution that attack Citizens United are much more likely to happen.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said President Donald Trump is "willfully fanning the flames" of racial unrest and violence because his campaign believes it helps his re-election chances.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence said that instead of providing briefings on election security, it will only provide finished reports.
Congressman Adam Schiff said agents from the Department of Homeland Security had carried out "aggressive operations" during demonstrations.
Rep. Schiff (D-CA) said he was not surprised by Trump's stance, as he took a similar position in 2016, but he told Newsweek it was "more dangerous this time around."
The chairman of the house intelligence committee told MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell that the White House was "deliberately provoking a fight" with China over COVID-19.
The House Intelligence Committee chairman also said there would be no reopening of the U.S. economy without a plan to contain the novel coronavirus.
"He's decapitating the leadership of the intelligence community in the middle of a national crisis," Schiff argued. "It's unconscionable."
"You welcomed Russian help in 2016, tried to coerce Ukraine's help in 2019, and won't protect our elections in 2020," the California congressman tweeted.
"Do you remember America?" the video asked at the end.
Rep. Adam Schiff used his closing argument at the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump to ask GOP senators to join the "Davids who took on Goliath" by voting to convict.
"[Senators] have control over the proceedings," Schiff said. "And they could have insisted on witnesses and documents and for whatever reason, chose not to."
House impeachment manager Adam Schiff on Thursday offered to cap witness depositions to a time limit of one week. "Let's take a week to have a fair trial," he said.
Senate Republicans expressed dismay after the House Intelligence Committee Chairman repeated an anonymously-sourced quote which said Donald Trump will put senators' "head on a pike" if they vote against the president.
The California Democrat urged Republican colleagues in the Senate to have the "moral courage" to go against their party and remove Donald Trump from office.
"How exactly is this the impeachment we were promised?" Carlson asked. "Wasn't it supposed to be about the abuse of power and the contempt of Congress? Aren't those the charges? How did we get to the part where Russia invades Belgium?"
The clip of McCain, who often drew the scorn of Trump, was yet another example of the impeachment managers using the words of Republicans and some of Trump's staunchest defenders against him.
The lead House impeachment manager was praised by some social media users for his speech quoting Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.