IN Focus: Brooks on healthcare, Syria & Russia investigation
INDIANAPOLIS - In a wide-ranging interview, Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN) discusses the situation in Syria, and the President's apparent reversal in recent days on a wide range of foreign policy issues.
“I think we have stood on the sidelines far too long,” said Rep. Brooks. “I’m pleased to see the U.S. act under the leadership of President Trump."
In the video above, Brooks also talks about the health care debate, and her position as chair of the House Ethics committee, which is taking up an investigation into House Intelligence chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) after his handling of sensitive information caused more controversy in Congress.
Rep. Andre Carson (D-IN) is a member of the House Intelligence committee, and he also shared his thoughts on Nunes going before Brooks' ethics committee during a recent visit to Indianapolis.
"I think my good friend Congresswoman Brooks represents the right leadership to lead this investigation so we'll wait for the outcome," said Carson.
In the video below, Brooks discusses the town hall backlash, and why she isn't holding large town halls in the midst of the health care controversy: