"You have to assume it's going to play out in the public space", he said.
"We're far from making decisions" about impeachment, he said.
He has also attacked Nadler over his weight, telling the politician he should "lose 200 pounds" (90 kilograms).
When Democratic Congressman Jerry Nadler opened a full-frontal investigative onslaught against President Donald Trump on Monday, it should have surprised no one: the two New Yorkers have been feuding for three decades.
On Monday, the House Judiciary Committee, chaired by Rep.
Trump hit back at the Democratic investigators on Twitter on Tuesday, calling the developments, in all caps, "presidential harassment!" "You don't want to have a situation where you tear this country apart, and for the next 30 years half the country's saying, 'We won the election, you stole it'".
Democrats, who took control of the House of Representatives in elections last November, suspect Trump of a slew of potentially impeachable offenses. Trump has made railing against the so-called witch hunt against him a staple of his rallies and speeches, revving up crowds by mocking his investigators and news coverage of their proceedings. "That you had to do it?"
Admittedly overweight, in 2002 Nadler underwent stomach reduction surgery, and radically changed his diet, resulting in a quick six-pound loss but leaving him still hefty for his five-foot, four-inch (1.63-meter) frame. Lawyers in the counsel's office plan to be co-operative, but are unlikely to provide Democrats with the vast array of documents they're looking for.
It could prove hard to sway public opinion. "They didn't give a letter", he said.
USA lawmakers launch sweeping probe of Trump
He said he always sits with the pilots when airplanes are landing: " They know what we're doing". "That will be signed soon". Trump praised the conservative movement, saying, "Our movement and our future in our country is unlimited".
Cobb explained that he expected Mueller's findings to show no evidence of wrongdoing by the president.
And most of "The View" co-hosts greeted all of these developments with glee.
Conspicuously absent from the list of Mr Nadler's targets - who have two weeks to respond - is the President's eldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, a senior White House adviser married to Mr Kushner.
While the panel asked the two sons some questions that touch on their business, the document requests also include questions about events that happened in the White House after their father was elected, including the firing of FBI Director James Comey and discussions surrounding the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller.
"President Obama, from what they tell me, was under a similar kind of a thing, didn't get one letter".
Among those sent letters by the committee were Russian billionaire Viktor Vekselberg, Georgian-American businessman Irakly Kaveladze, and companies linked to Yevgeny Prigozhin, the St. Petersburg businessman known for close ties to the Kremlin. Another focus will be possible abuses of presidential power such as offers of pardon or witness tampering.
"We are deeply disturbed by recent reports that President Trump ordered his Chief of Staff, John Kelly, to grant Jared Kushner a security clearance, overruling intelligence officials who raised concerns about the clear national security risks of doing so", the letter said.
Nadler said that House Democrats have "a responsibility to investigate these matters and hold hearings for the public to have all the facts". Both spent more than a year in Trump's inner circle and have featured prominently in books and other published accounts of conditions in the Trump White House. "It's a political hoax".