Full interview: Rep. Matt Gaetz on backlash from Trump’s press conference in Helsinki

In a Wednesday interview with "Rising," Rep. Matt GaetzMatthew (Matt) GaetzMaduro starts new term in Venezuela facing US sanctions, lack of legitimacy abroad Rick Scott threw party at Florida governor’s mansion after DeSantis and family had moved in: report Native American lawmaker: Haven't heard back from GOP rep who called Warren 'Sacagawea' MORE (R-Fla.) applauded President Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpHouse Freedom Caucus calls for Congress to work on shutdown through break Democrat previews Mueller questions for Trump’s AG nominee Trump inaugural committee spent ,000 on makeup for aides: report MORE for stating that he believed U.S. intelligence agencies' claims that Russia hacked Democratic Party computer servers during the 2016 presidential election.

Separately, Gaetz also said that he would not appear on the radio show of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. "Upon further reflection, I think that the things Alex Jones has said and done are so hurtful to so many people that a member of Congress should not grace that platform and legitimize it and I would not go back."