Apr 03 2017
Nunes claims to have a secret source, whom he met secretly at the White House complex last week, who gave him secret information Nunes was eager to share with the media last week in vague and unhelpful ways.
Swalwell added that Nunes could have viewed classified materials at secure facilities in the Capitol building and that the White House visit was unnecessary.
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin noted that Nunes used specific language.
Jones said Nunes should "Absolutely" step aside from the position of committee chairman.
But Democrats and some Republicans were dismayed by Nunes' actions, saying that by going to the White House grounds he delegitimized the nonpartisan investigation he was tasked with leading. Burr's been in the Senate since 2005, and served in the House since 1995. "This guy is so far out of his depth, he has no idea what he's doing".
Meanwhile, Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.), a bit of a Republican gadfly, yesterday endorsed Democratic calls for Nunes to recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation in light of the chairman's lack of objectivity.
Reuters had a related report, noting that Nunes will not divulge information on who gave him intelligence information on Trump, even to his colleagues on the intelligence panel.
The Trump administration is refusing to provide details Tuesday to who signed House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes into offices on White House grounds, as the House investigation into Russia's interference in the USA elections is stalled, the victim of a partisan showdown. The report claims her testimony might contradict White House statements.
The White House did not immediately respond to Romper's request for comment, but Spicer denied that Trump wanted to block Yates' testimony, telling reporters at a Tuesday briefing, "I hope she testifies".
Devin Nunes (R-CA) vowed never to reveal his sources for his claim that Trump was spied on to his own committee.
The letters from lawyer David O'Neil, published by The Washington Post, appeared to be in response to a meeting O'Neil had at the Justice Department on March 23 in advance of the hearing.
Nunes and Schiff met Thursday after a week's worth of canceled hearings and bickering between the committee leaders, as their investigation turned partisan following a decision by Nunes, a Republican, to go to the press and White House with intelligence before alerting the committee. The oil industry executive was especially concerning because of his more than 20-year relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin. It warns that there is a limit to what she could reveal in her testimony and that "she needs to consult with the White House". "As you know, this Russian Federation issue, we have been on it for many, many years, and so we'll continue to be on the issue".
Nunes has provided limited details about the information he obtained over the course of his investigation, but said there are "dozens of reports" showing that "incidentally collected information about USA citizens involved in the Trump transition" was gathered during the course of "normal foreign surveillance".
"It's the same thing as always around this place - a lot of politics, people get heated, but I'm not going to involve myself with that", he said.
Apr 02 2017
Naam Shabana : No Match To Baby
Akshay Kumar charms his way in the film with his magic and makes his fans happy in a "special" appearance that is truly special. Naam Shabana is the 6th highest opening day of 2017 after Raees, Jolly LLB 2, Badrinath Ki Dulhania, Kaabil and Rangoon.
Apr 01 2017
Hillary Clinton knocks Trump's proposed diplomacy cuts for hurting women around world
It's part of a series of recent speeches in which Clinton's been openly critical of the Trump administration. Walking in, Clinton was showered with chants of "Hillary, Hillary".
Apr 01 2017
Bust: Former 3rd overall pick Jordan released by Dolphins
However, the veteran safety must first serve an eight-game suspension due to a violation of the NFL's substance abuse policy. Louis, McDonald played four years with the organization, including moving with them last year to become the Los Angeles Rams.
Mar 30 2017
Marine A: Alexander Blackman could be out of jail within weeks
Royal Marine Alexander Blackman has been sentenced to seven years after killing a wounded Taliban soldier in Afghanistan. His wife Claire Blackman said she was "overjoyed" at the result, after tirelessly campaigning for her husband's release.
Mar 30 2017
Judge examines role of Giuliani, US official in Turkey case
Prosecutors have said he "allegedly tricked numerous USA financial institutions into processing barred transactions". Zarrab, a 33-year-old dual Turkish-Iranian citizen, was arrested March 19 in Florida.
Mar 28 2017
Fox News criticized for 'news alert' about Trump's weekend
See photos of Melania Trump arriving at the event and posing with Florida Governor Rick Scott at this link , and at this link . Some critics of President Trump and the news media argue that political commentators have set an unusually low bar for Trump.
Mar 28 2017
Attorney General Sessions: 'Sanctuary Cities' Won't Get Certain Federal Funds
This includes refusing to detain known felons on the federal detainer request or otherwise failing to comply with these laws. The attorney general claimed during that sanctuary cities make the nation less safe.
Mar 28 2017
Nuclear states are in breach of the Non-Proliferation Treaty
She says the US has already reduced its nuclear weapons by 85 percent under the decades-old Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Those other weapons, including chemical weapons, land mines and cluster munitions, have been banned.
Mar 27 2017
Mickelson, Casey reach last 16 at WGC Match Play
Rahm won his first tournament in January 2017 by winning the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines. The world's No. 1 player finished off the match with two more birdies for a 5-and-4 victory.
Mar 27 2017
Mubarak a free man six years after overthrow
The anti-Mubarak revolt ushered in instability that drove away tourists and investors, taking a heavy toll on the economy. In 2013, the trial was launched again only to end with the lifting of all charges against Mubarak eighteen months later.
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