Reps. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) and Adam SchiffAdam SchiffSchiff: Trump will blame Obama during his entire presidency Russia investigation 'back on track' after Nunes recusal Overnight Defense: US moving missile defense system to South Korea | Dems want justification for Syria strike | Army pick pushes back against critics of LGBT record MORE (D-Calif.) agreed Sunday the threat of a terrorist attack still exists, but they are now on a smaller scale, rather than a Sept. 11-stye attack
“I believe the threat has become greater, not lesser,” said McCaul, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, on CNN's "State of the Union."
“I personally see it spreading like a spider web, like a wildfire in Africa through the Middle East,” McCaul said.
Schiff, who serves on the House Select Committee on Intelligence, said the U.S. would never be 100 percent safe. Attacks the size of 9/11 is now less likely, but proliferation of small-scale attacks like April’s Boston bombing is a risk, he said.
“I think we are safer from these big attacks, but we do see continued risk of these smaller attacks.”