in the vicinityVideoRep. Devin Nunes: Counter intelligence is rarely used to go to an American
California-Republicans-Rep. Devin Nunes says that counter-intelligence is used more frequently, to go to foreign counterparties.
Rep. Devin Nunes, responded Friday to a fire-new information from attorney General Bill Barr-exclusive Fox News interview, he said that he still has a long list of questions about how the FBI and Russia’s probe started in the year 2016.
During the sit-down with Bill Hemmer, his first TV interview since he was attorney general Barr, he wants to know whether “public officials abused their power and put their thumb on the scale.”
“I tried to reply to the questions, and I have found that many of the answers were inadequate, and some of the explanations I get are not related. In a sense, I have more questions, started today as I,” he said.
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Nunes, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, said: “America’s Newsroom” , Barr’s comments align with what was said, he and other house have been Republican for a long time.
To follow “as we pull further back, in pieces, the onion, the more and more things began we had. Today, we are still more answers,” said Nunes, adding that he might take the “whole show” with his list of questions.
Nunes, R-Calif., called Barr a “true professional” who do not accept the “toxic waste” – specifically the allegations of the Steele-dossier – by some Democrats, was not funded “jointly” by the media.
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Earlier this week, Fox News confirmed that Barr had knocked John Durham, the U.S. attorney in Connecticut, to conduct the investigation of alleged misconduct and the alleged abusive state surveillance while the FBI counterintelligence probe.
Nunes said FBI counterintelligence investigations, “is almost always used to go after the foreigners” that try to harm Americans.
Nunes said the House Intelligence Committee, published a report last year on the question of review of all the intelligence, and found “zero evidence” of a Trump-Russia agreement.
In the interview, Barr declined to say if Special Counsel Robert Mueller determined there was no collusion.