Rep. Adam Schiff — ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, which is investigating Russian influence on the 2016 election — "can't comment" on whether Special Counsel Robert Mueller is investigating President Trump. But he said an indictment of Paul Manafort would help answer "who gave what to whom" in the months leading up to the election on ABC's This Week.
- On potential presidential pardons in the Russia probe: "The president cannot pardon people if it's an effort to obstruct justice."
- On the House's Russia investigation: Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Trey Gowdy has been "willing to further the work and the viewpoint of the White House."
- On the Trump-Russia dossier: "Christopher Steele may have found out even before our own intelligence agencies that the Russians were, in fact, aiming to help Donald Trump in the election."
- On Jeff Flake's speech on the Senate floor: It was "the most significant speech in Congress in the 17 years I have been there."