Trump won North Dakota with almost 63 percent of the vote in November, and Cramer said the state's residents are more concerned about policy issues like the Farm Bill than the recent reports coming out of the White House.
The Republican chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Jason Chaffetz, has said he will ask Mr Comey to testify next week.
A Republican lawmaker has acknowledged the "i-word": impeachment. "We need to have all the facts", the spokesperson said.
The scope of that impropriety is underlined by the reported fact that the president apparently wanted to convey his desire - his implicit instruction? - that the Flynn investigation be ended behind closed doors, with no other witnesses.
Representative Elijah Cummings is among Democrats who question Ryan's resolve - and that of Republicans more broadly - to unflinchingly uncover the truth.
Asked what he thinks of the Trump presidency, Putin said it's up to the American people to judge and his performance can be rated "only when he's allowed to work at full capacity", implying that someone is hampering Trump's efforts.
House and Senate committees have immediately - and rightly - requested copies of the memos related to this controversy. "I wouldn't care if it was Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders in the White House, you can't have these types of leaks against the president of the United States". John McCain said the scandals are escalating to near-Watergate proportions.
"I'm hopeful we can reach agreement in a bipartisan fashion on how to move forward in a professional manner", Graham said. "The shoes continue to drop, and every couple days there's a new aspect". His comments were reported by The Daily Beast. "And people who are going to promote the president's policies rather than undermine them - he needs to put those people in place", he added. Several came to his defense and sought to close ranks.
Impeachment requires the support of a majority of members of the House of Representatives.
"A lot of times he's the victim of not being a career politician", Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., said of Trump.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday that Trump had not passed on any secrets to Lavrov.
Ignorance, bad judgment, naiveté and gross inexperience likely prompted President Trump to reveal highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador last week in a White House meeting. You can't let the critics and the naysayers get in the way of your dreams. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. And this is where I stand. "The Russian investigation is very, very important", Mr. Kasich said, recalling that he had always doubted Mr. Trump's ability to be President. The person said Jeff Sessions, Jared Kushner, Steve Bannon and Reince Priebus also attended that briefing.