Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah cautioned there is not enough information right now to say President Donald Trump obstructed justice.
Stewart's comments came on CNN's "New Day."
"I think if the president inappropriately tried to interfere with any type of investigation that he should be held accountable for that," he said.
"Is it illegal? Is it obstruction? I don't know the answer to that. I don't think we have near enough information to draw that conclusion yet."
Stewart's comments came as ousted FBI Director James Comey gets set to testify Thursday before the Senate intelligence committee.
ABC News reported he will stop short of saying Trump interfered with the FBI probe into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
However, he will dispute Trump's contention he told the president three times he is not under investigation, according to the network news.
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