I just got off the phone with Faso's DC office.
The Congressman does not yet have a position on whether it's OK that Trump shared with the Russians some intelligence derived from an unnamed ally.
I asked if there was any line, anything Trump would do that would not be OK. Or could he actually, as he said in the campaign, shoot someone on 5th Avenue and that would be OK?
"The Congressman doesn't support everything the president does."
"He didn't support the Muslim ban."
"Well, that's good." (And note, that she called it a Muslim ban, as it is, contradicting the administration's late-in-the-day contention that it's a "travel ban," not actually aimed at Muslims.)
She mentioned some other resolution with which I was unfamiliar.
I returned to the specific issue about the sharing of intelligence with a hostile country, and whether Faso was OK with that.
"It's early in the morning."
"This isn't really a hard question. It's rather absurd that he doesn't know what he thinks on this. Do you think he could move it up his priority list?"
"I'm happy to pass along your message."
"It won't do any good, but yes, please do."
Follow up here.