Democrat who will lead Intel committee reveals plan to look at Trump's laundering of Russian money
Rep. Adam Schiff on MSNBC's 'All In with Chris Hayes'

The Democrat expected to chair the House Intelligence Committee when his party takes control in January intends to investigate the "national security" implications of alleged Russian money laundering through the Trump Organization.

Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) currently serves as the ranking member the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI).

As an Assistant U.S. Attorney, Schiff successfully prosecuted a FBI agent for giving secrets to the Soviets.

He joined MSNBC's Chris Hayes on Thursday to explain the change in the committee's that will occur when it is no longer run by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA).

"We are also going seek to look at the unexplored avenues of investigation, things that could threaten the national security of the United States," Schiff pledged. "Issues like money laundering, if Russians were laundering money through the Trump Organization -- and there's serious allegation is a long these lines -- that would be a powerful point of leverage of a foreign adversary over the president of the United States."

"That would be something that could warp our foreign policy and jeopardize our national security," Schiff concluded.