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House Intelligence Committee ranking member Rep. Devin Nunes discusses his letter to President Trump on ‘Hannity.’
Special Counsel Robert Müller knew from the very beginning of the Russia-investigation that it said no evidence of collusion against the Trump presidential campaign, U.S. Rep. Devin Nunes on Wednesday.
Nunes, a California Republican and ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, said on Fox News’ “Hannity” that Müller knew, then-candidate Donald Trump did not gain contact with the Russians, to the election of 2016.
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“He knew the day he walked in the door, he knew the day he walked in the door, that there was no evidence of collusion,” Nunes told host Sean Hannity.
“But the Miller dossier, we talked about the last couple of weeks, if people really read it just to find you go, this is an absolute joke.”
Nunes claims that some of the information used in the Miller report “to round out the reporting.”
“After 40 million dollars, what do we have? We have wiedergekäut these news stories to the American public,” he said.
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Nunes no Americans said to be treated with dignity, as some subjects of the Russian investigation have been treated.