MSNBC’s Chris Matthews asked Democratic Rhode Island Rep. David Cicilline if he could “watch” members of the Trump administration getting arrested for failing to comply with subpoenas, during his show Thursday night.

Cicilline was on the show to discuss President Donald Trump’s tweet from earlier in the day, in which he disputed the Mueller report’s claim that he directed his lawyer, Don McGahn, to fire the special counsel.

“By the way, the president talks about 12 angry Democrats. The vast majority of the evidence in the Mueller report came from members of his own administration. Not 12 angry Democrats, his own people. I think that’s why he’s furious. He not only told Don McGahn to fire the special counsel, he then asked Don McGahn to lie and say that I never told to you do that,” Cicilline stated.
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