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White House aides allegedly shared intelligence files with Nunes

 

Two White house aides reportedly, the sources for a top house Republican, said earlier this month that Trump’s transition team members were incidentally caught and conducted surveillance on foreign targets after the presidential election.

It was previously unclear who showed embattled house Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes documents; although it is before the California Republican was viewed and the files on White house grounds.

But on Thursday, several current officials, the sources, The New York Times identified as Ezra Cohen-Warnick, who worked as senior director for intelligence of the National Security Council, and Michael Ellis, a lawyer at the White House Counsel’s Office, before the house Intelligence Committee.

White House Press Secretary and Sean Spicer on Thursday would not confirm or disprove, The Times reports; however, he has to announce, the White house had only requested a few hours earlier submitted a letter to the President and senior members of the house of representatives and Senate intelligence committees to the White house, under the “information” recently “come to light.”

“We are ready to provide you with the Material that we have come across,” said Spicer.

Asked if President Trump is specifically directed, all to search, in the allegations he had made about the Obama administration spying on him, said Spicer, he was not “aware of something directly.”

The Times report is shown, the actions of the White house assistants as carried out on their own will.

Earlier this month, after Trump tweeted that the former President, Barack had Obama “heard” him, Ellis began viewing classified showed reports that the “intercepted communications of foreign officials,” The Times reported. The reports have, to talk mainly to foreign officials, “as they tried to establish contacts, the Trump within Mr.’ s family and the inner circle,” according to The times.

A spokesman for Nunes declined to comment to the Times report.

“As he a lot of times, Chairman Nunes said not confirm or deny the speculation about the source of his identity, and he does not respond to speculation from anonymous sources,” Director of Communications, Jack Langer said in a statement.

Nunes shocked many observers with his revelation that Trump’s team members, was revealed, and had spread their identities far in the whole government. Sources told The Times that Nunes’ characterization of the reports have nothing to do with Russia seemed to be correct.

After the shocking news conference, Nunes, in a move panned, which went by many Democrats, to the White house to inform Trump, what he had found.

Nunes has said that the intelligence collection law have appeared compliant, and the sections of the Trumpf team members were collected, by the way. However, Nunes, questions about the apparent debunking of a number of officials and the broad dissemination of information-ostensibly to counter Trump.

During his briefing, Spicer, a former Obama administration official hinted that appeared to confirm this week, some form of monitoring was carried out, disseminated, and preserved by a distrust of the trump.

“You have admitted on the record that that was your goal, to plug the leak,” said Spicer.

If The times report is not in dispute all the essential facts of what was said by Nunes, it is to encourage likely, the critics are already saying Nunes is too close to the White house and the trump, on whose transition team he served.

Democrats want Nunes to recuse himself from the Russian probe. Nunes has resisted, defended his actions.

Fox News’ Jake Gibson contributed to this report.

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