Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich, struggled with a MAGA hat-bearing component during a town hall on Tuesday over his support for President Trump's accusation.
Amash has made headlines in recent weeks for his long Twitter threads, which put his argument for impeachment based on the Mueller Report. His latest tweet storm aimed at lawyer William Barr for allegedly misleading the public about the Special Counsel Robert Mueller's results and pushing a "false tale" that the Trump campaign was mistakenly spied on during the 2016 election.
In Grand Rapids, Mich. Amash was confronted with a Trump supporter who played the iconic "Make America Great Again" hat.
She began to tell Amash that she had been a "supporter" of his since he was first elected to Congress in 201
"You are talking about the Constitution and how important it is, yet nothing that Mueller came out in this report is nothing that has been said about him and President Trump, constitutionally and has been a smearing tactic because it is the way the Democrats work, "said Trump supporter Amash. "How can you become democratic when we voted for you as a Republican because you have just drawn the same Kool-Aid as all the Democrats."
CLICK HERE TO GET FOX NEWS APP  Amash responded by first defending his record at the congress and telling the Council members that he has "one of the most constitutional conservative and fiscal conservative" votes for everyone seated legislators and that he is at the top "of almost all scorecards" of conservative groups.
"I have not changed, I am the one I said I was. I am a principled, constitutional conservative who has remained consistent, whether we have President Obama in the office or President Trump," Amash continued. "Now I have heard your comments about the Mueller report, but you have not provided any facts. What are the facts you dispute?"
Amash replied to another participant who accused him not to address the alleged "FISA abuse" currently under investigation by pointing to his FISA reform legislation it was rejected by Trump White House.