Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Calif.) says he has seen evidence that could disprove Russia-Trump collusion accusations once and for all, but he's having a hard time getting his message through to the president. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has offered to provide the evidence in exchange for a pardon from President Trump. The congressman expressed confidence in an interview with OAN that the president will "get behind this" as soon he hears the message. "I think he will because I'm going to try to overcome the obstacles in the way -- which happens to be his staff," he said. "So in the next few weeks, my job is to try to make sure the president's staff doesn't fence him off from this offer."