Rep. Sean DuffySean Patrick DuffySenate bill seeks to bring freedom back to banking Treasury expected to miss Dem deadline on Trump tax returns CNN's Cuomo: 'There's 100 percent behavior by people' around Trump 'that qualifies as collusion' MORE (R-Wis.) clashed with CNN host Chris Cuomo on Friday over the media's coverage of alleged collusion between President Trump's campaign and the Russian government. 

Duffy blasted news media during the exchange, questioning the amount of evidence behind allegations of collusion, and a memo reportedly written by the now-ousted FBI Director James Comey, in which Trump asked the FBI to end its investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

"What information do we have about this memo?" Duffy said. "All you have is a phone call to The New York Times."

"I have all the faith in the FBI. I do think there is great people in that organization. They look for the truth; they don't look for politics. I think they could have done the investigation," he added.
Cuomo pressed Duffy to acknowledge that there is no definitive evidence suggesting that there wasn't collusion between Trump and Moscow. Duffy pushed back that neither side can be sure about the allegations.

"The cable news networks are aflame of running stories about collusion between Trump and Russia and you don't know and I don't know that," he said. "What I think is happening is, there is a conversation about collusion. And my point is, there is no evidence of collusion."