VIDEO: Waters insists alleged Trump dossier is 100% factual

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) made an appearance on MSNBC’s “First 100 Days” this morning, where she stated her case to host Ali Velshi that Trump’s Russian connections are worthy of investigation.

Waters also mentioned that she believes the dossier kept by a British operative detailing unproven allegations about Trump is also a source of stated fact.  The majority of the allegations in the dossier have now been dismissed as fake news by most, but Waters is still believing it.

When asked if whether or not any surrounding dialogue in regards to Trump is meant to shield an investigation into the president’s apparent dealings with Russia, Waters replied, “I’ve always said if we get the investigations that need to be done, if we drill down, we’re going to see the connections. We’re going to see the role that this administration has played doing the campaign with Russia. And when we see that, he certainly will be eligible for impeachment.”

Velshi then brought up the discussion of the Trump dossier, where Waters told MSNBC that the alleged “sex actions” of the president must be accurate.

“Oh, I think it should be taken a look at,” Waters insisted. “I think they should really read it, understand it, analyze it, and determine what’s fact, what may not be fact. We already know that the part about the coverage they have on him with sex actions is supposed to be true. They have said that that’s absolutely true. Some other things they kind of allude to. Yes, I think he should go into that dossier and see what’s there.”

You can watch all of Waters exchange with MSNBC below:

H/T: The Daily Caller

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