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“We have all this testimony from state department officials who all corroborate that exact same story.” - Rep. Ted Lieu says the rough transcript is not the only piece of evidence that shows a quid pro quo between President Trump and Ukraine.

Rep. Ted Lieu: "Investigations are not public. When the investigation is done, there'll be public hearings. That's how it's always been done."

Rep. Ted Lieu: "You had a number of Republican members who were not on the committee's jurisdiction try to go on into this SCIF area... They also brought in their cell phones, which is a violation. They violated House rules by trying to crash committees which they don't sit on."

"Having prosecuting a lot of cases myself, I know that when the defense doesn't have the facts or the law they attack the process," says Rep. Ted Lieu about impeachment inquiry critics. "Their process arguments are quite silly."

A group of people defending "conversion therapy" tried to troll Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) — who wants to ban the practice — by holding a forum next-door to his Capitol Hill office. A GOP congresswoman signed off on the event.

A group of people defending "conversion therapy" tried to troll Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) — who wants to ban the practice — by holding a forum next-door to his Capitol Hill office. A GOP congresswoman signed off on the event. via @HuffPostPol 

A group of people defending "conversion therapy" tried to troll Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) — who wants to ban the practice — by holding a forum next-door to his Capitol Hill office. A GOP congresswoman signed off on the event.

"It is deeply troubling what Bill Barr is doing," says Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu, reacting to a report that Attorney General William Barr's probe into the intelligence and origins of the 2016 Trump-Russia investigation is now a criminal investigation

Rep. Ted Lieu: "They're in violation of House rules, their House parliamentarian has rule that you just can't crash committees... They're just trying to be disruptive because the facts are not in their side. The law is not on their side."

Rep. Ted Lieu: "You may wonder why is it happening now? Because Bill Taylor gave a devastating opening statement yesterday. They're freaked out. They're trying to stop this investigation. They don't want to hear from witness Cooper today."

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Rep. Ted Lieu: "They're in violation of House rules, their House parliamentarian has rule that you just can't crash committees... They're just trying to be disruptive because the facts are not in their side. The law is not on their side."

Oh man. Rep. Ted Lieu now playing a tape of Candace Owens, who is sitting right there, saying it would have been fine if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great.

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Rep. Ted Lieu is calling for the resignation of Attorney General Bill Barr following a report that Robert Mueller had expressed misgivings to Barr about his 4-page memo: "He is supposed to be America's attorney, not Trump's stooge"

Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu tells CNN's that if Attorney General Bill Barr doesn't appear before the House Judiciary Committee, "then we're going to enforce a subpoena and we're going to hold him in contempt"

'If you're getting bad press articles and bad search results, don't blame Google, or Facebook, or Twitter. Consider blaming yourself.' — Rep. Ted Lieu set GOP congressmen straight on Google's 'bias'

"Right now, we have a sitting president of the United States who committed two felonies while running for President." — Rep. Ted Lieu

"Right now, we have a sitting president of the United States who committed two felonies while running for President." — Rep. Ted Lieu

"I think a President under active criminal investigation should not be nominating a Supreme Court Justice." — Rep. Ted Lieu

Rep. Ted Lieu: “Michael Cohen’s expected testimony would place Donald Trump in the center of a potential conspiracy to interfere in the American elections with a foreign power. That is a crime.”

Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) remained steadfast on the House floor while playing heart-wrenching audio of detained children separated from their parents, despite fierce opposition from the chamber's presiding officer.

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