A Democratic congresswoman repeated her call to investigate whether President Trump should be impeached.

Representative Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) said on MSNBC that there must be a probe into the unsubstantiated dossier that surfaced last month, alleging that Trump could be subject to blackmail from the Russians.

"The coverage they have on him, [the] sex actions ... that's absolutely true," Waters said, referring to the dossier's detailed description of claims Trump met with Russian prostitutes.


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"They should really read it, understand it, analyze it, determine what's fact," she added.

Waters applauded fellow Californian Adam Schiff's (D-Burbank) call for dossier author Christopher Steele to testify before Congress.

Schiff said he will be requesting that Steele, a former spy for the United Kingdom, either come before Congress or meet "in any matter he is comfortable."

"If we do the investigation, then we will find the connections. And I do think that impeachment will be necessary," Waters said.


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