White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said Wednesday House Democrats are trying to "beat down" the president and his administration with a slew of investigations.  

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) announced the committee served document requests to 81 agencies, entities and individuals, as part of a new probe into "alleged obstruction of justice, public corruption, and other abuses of power by President Trump."

On Sunday, Nadler declared in a TV interview that it was "clear" Trump had obstructed justice.

President Trump has characterized the growing investigations as "presidential harassment," and a "big, fat, fishing expedition."

Sanders said the Democrats have "no message" for 2020 and their only strategy is to attack the president. 

"It is an absolute embarrassment that members of Congress are using all their time and resources attacking the president when they should be looking to solve problems that this country has, like the president is doing," she said on "Fox & Friends."

Sanders said the "expedition" being led by Nadler is "an embarrassment to Congress and it's hurting our country and it is the opposite of what they were elected to do."

"They like what he's doing. They like the fact that we have a booming economy, that ISIS is on the run, they like the fact that we're making new trade deals," she explained.

Watch the full interview above. 

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