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A spokesman for the House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes Thursday again fired in order to play reports, a “secret Band”, and his warning to donors that a GOP majority in Congress may be necessary to protect the President of the Trump.
The comments that aired on MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” on Wednesday, a fundraiser for a GOP colleague.
On the tape, Nunes, R-Calif., suggests congressional Republicans must prevail in the midterm elections to protect Trump from the consequences of the Russia-intervention probe.
“If meetings are not unrecuse and Müller is not clear, the President, we are the only one that was really recorded the risk,” Nunes as saying.
He added: “We must always majority. If we do not hold the majority, this all goes away.”
Nunes spokesman Jack Langer, in a statement on Thursday on Fox News, suggested the answer to these comments was exaggerated.
“It is not surprising to see the left media spin Chairman Nunes’ routine observations, such as some nefarious plot, because this same media has spent the last year and a half, advertises a non-existent Russia’s collusion conspiracy,” Long said.
House Democrats, in fact, seized on the “secret tape.”
“In the framework of our Constitution, the duty of the Congress is not clear, the President. The duty of the Congress is a check and balance on the Executive branch, and follow the facts wherever they may lead,” Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., tweeted. “Devin Nunes should resign perverted the oath he made.”
In the framework of our Constitution, the duty of the Congress is not clear, the President. The duty of the Congress is a check and balance on the Executive branch, and follow the facts wherever they may lead.
Devin Nunes, withdraw should pervert the oath he made. https://t.co/ugc7CBgG39
— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) 9. August 2018
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.