On Sunday's broadcast of 'Meet the Press' <i>New York Times</i> columnist David Brooks expressed slight concern that the <i>Times</i> and the /<i>Washington Post</i> might be "getting ahead of [themselves]" when it comes to assuming that they will find evidence that President Trump "colluded" with Russia during the 2016 campaign. Brooks says he is "starting to feel uncomfortable" about the "lack of emerging evidence" to prove such a claim. He says he is concerned that he might have gotten "a little head of ourselves." "I'm bothered by the lack of emerging evidence about the underlying crime -- that there was actually collusion or coordination between the Trump White House [and the Russians]." "I'm actually getting more uncomfortable with this whole deal." he said.