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Rep. Matt Gaetz said Friday a memo laying out alleged United States government surveillance abuses must be made public, echoing his House Republican colleagues on the "disturbing" nature of its contents.

Several GOP lawmakers have said they could not yet discuss the contents of the memo after it was released to members by the House Intelligence Committee.

Many are calling for the memo to be released, with #ReleasetheMemo trending Friday morning on Twitter. In his opening monologue Thursday, Sean Hannity called the alleged abuse of power by the Justice Department and FBI "far bigger than Watergate."

"Laws were broken," Gaetz (R-Fla.) told Bill Hemmer on "America's Newsroom," adding he's confident the "top-secret document" will be released, but declined to reveal what it says. 

Gaetz said "heads are going to roll" at the FBI and DOJ if the memo comes out and some officials could face "criminal consequences."

Watch the interview above and see Rep. Ron DeSantis' appearance on "Fox & Friends" below.


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