The reaction in his office was a "chorus of expletives and biblical references," Schiff wrote. "I can't believe they would release this."
If McCarthy becomes House speaker after the 2022 midterm elections, "he will do anything that Donald Trump tells him," Schiff told CNN.
Republicans "live in fear of Donald Trump" and have "become an anti-truth, anti-democratic, autocratic cult around the former president," Schiff said.
Schiff told Insider he's still bothered by how much Trump's interests in Moscow might have influenced his "obsequious" relationship with Putin.
Rep. Adam Schiff famously led Trump's first impeachment inquiry centering around his dealings with Ukraine.
"I had warned him about how many good people the president had chewed up and spat out," Schiff wrote in his memoir. "I don't need this job," Wray said.
Schiff said Bolton "had no business being National Security Advisor," describing him as "bellicose, hotheaded and obstinate."
Schiff wrote that once they were "bored and stuffed with pizza," after the disruption, "Gaetz and his confederates left the bunker to vote."
Schiff said he "cannot imagine" what might happen if Trump runs in 2024 and wins, adding it's "astonishing" how many Republicans capitulated to him.
Schiff wrote that he "was flattered that he teased me this way; his staff told me that it's when he doesn't pick on you that you need to worry."
"That's a pretty horribly high bar to have to wait for even a small group of Republicans to honor their constitutional oath," Schiff told NPR.
"Oh my God...have I just killed his nomination?" Schiff says he wondered after telling Trump he admired then-Defense Secretary nominee Mark Esper.
After watching the first part of Mueller's testimony, Schiff reportedly overhauled his committee's strategy and told lawmakers to keep their questions short.
"I know these people, I can talk to them ... You're in a whole different category," Schiff recalls a Republican saying to him, per his upcoming book.
"You know, you do a good job," Trump told the California Democrat in the Oval Office in March 2017, according to an excerpt from Schiff's new book.
Explosions in Kabul have killed at least 12 US service members, per the Pentagon. A handful of Republicans have called on Biden to resign.
"I think it's possible, but I think it's very unlikely given the number of Americans who still need to be evacuated," Schiff told reporters on Monday.