>> Do you think that your colleagues, particularly after the debacle that was their attempt at health care, do you think that your Republican colleagues behind closed doors might be more inclined to agree with you about the, at least the ability and confidence of the man occupying the White House than they were say 60 days ago?

>> Well, you know, I think they should be getting nervous by now. I think they should be getting nervous by now because every day, we wake up to a new potential scandal or something that has taken place that doesn’t make good sense. Nunes and going up to the White House, a day before the announcement, that he tried to make about the under surveillance, trying to give cover to the president, because the president lied and said that Obama had wiretapped him, all of this is crazy. And I don’t think they’re going to be able to stand with him. But in the final analysis, I don’t think that they can stand with him because of the way that he is embracing Russia. And the Kremlin and Putin, what is it about Putin that makes him think that he’s such a great leader as he has said? Did they and his people collude with the Russians when they undermined our democracy? In fact, our intelligence agency told us that they wanted Trump to be president of the United States. And they wanted Hillary to be defeated. They said that, our intelligence people know that information. And now all we’ve got to do is do credible investigations, so we can find out whether or not there was collusion and if there was collusion, he deserves to be impeached and I’m not going to stop saying it.

>> All right. Congress woman Maxine waters, thank you for joining us.

>> You’re welcome.