Friday, March 24, 2017

Nunes: 'I had a duty and obligation' to tell Trump

Via Billy

Trump's personal communications may have been documented in the findings, which Nunes would not rule out. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes on Thursday defended his telling President Trump about new surveillance findings of Trump campaign members. He said he was only acting on an "obligation" to the commander in chief.

"I would be concerned if I was the president and that's why I wanted him to know and I felt like I had a duty and obligation to tell him because as you know, he's taking a lot of heat in the news media and I think to some degree there are some things he should look at to see whether in fact, he thinks the collection was proper or not," Nunes told Fox News host Sean Hannity in a pre-taped interview set to air late Thursday.


  1. Well, he knows where his bread is buttered.

    1. :) Comey made an unexpected visit to the WH, by the way.