House Intel Republicans Plan to Partition Aides From Dems

House Intel Republicans Plan to Partition Aides From Dems

House Intel Republicans Plan to Partition Aides From Dems

Rep. Devin Nunes last week did enormous damage to the credibility of the House intelligence committee he chairs when he released an inaccurate memo created to undermine the probe into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.

Tensions between Republicans and Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee have reportedly become so hostile that GOP members of the committee are planning to build a literal wall separating the two parties' staffers. Uber exec says "no justification" for covering up breach House Intel postpones Bannon interview in dispute over questioning Despite subpoena, Bannon won't appear before House Intelligence Committee: reports MORE (R-Texas) suggested that the idea came from Chairman Rep. "You've got to talk to Devin".

Some Republican members of the committee said they were unaware of the plans for the wall. Rep.

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"We do support our troops, but I think most troops would tell you they would rather be taken care of than march to the president's tune down Pennsylvania Avenue", Swalwell said.

"I swear to God I didn't know that", he said.

While acknowledging a wall might not be constructive for the committee's work, he said, "The level of trust and the level of everything down there is-it's poison". "It's absolute poison down there". The site is better described as a conservative content farm, as it only publishes heavily aggregated news and commentary from other publications, with the resulting posts occasionally used as fodder for shares on Nunes's mailed-in Facebook page.

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Escalating disputes between members of the two sides have exploded in public in recent weeks as the committee's own Russian Federation probe has grinded to a halt. Nunes and the committee's top Democrat, Rep.

The committee has not interviewed a witness since January 18 when former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski cut his interview short. "Just to make sure point by point we rebut what they have asserted, to show the seriousness of the investigation", Swalwell said, also pointing to the fact that the Democratic memo will undergo scrutiny from the DOJ and any information deemed too sensitive for release will be scrubbed as further evidence that it will not impact the investigation in a negative way. Last week, Nunes released a memo accusing the Federal Bureau of Investigation of improperly obtaining a warrant to surveil a former Trump campaign staffer. Only later did it emerge that his source was actually someone he met with at the White House.

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