House Intel Chair On Surveillance Of Trump: “I Would Be Concerned If I Was President” (VIDEO)

In case you missed it, House Intel Chair Devin Nunes was on the Hannity show last night to discuss the intelligence reports he broke news about this week. It’s a pretty explosive claim.

From FOX News:

Rep. Nunes: ‘I had a duty and obligation’ to tell Trump of surveillance intel

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The chairman of the House intelligence committee told Fox News’ “Hannity” Thursday night that “I felt like I had a duty and obligation to tell” President Trump that members of the intelligence community “incidentally collected” communications from Trump’s transition team.

“As you know [Trump]’s been taking a lot of heat in the news media,” Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., told host Sean Hannity, “and I think to some degree there are some things that he should look at to see whether in fact he thinks the collection was proper or not.”…

The chairman also said the lack of an FBI investigation into who leaked details of phone calls between then-national security adviser Michael Flynn and the Russian ambassador to Washington was “quite concerning.”

“We need to make sure that these leaks are being tracked down,” Nunes said, “and it’s part of our investigation … to make sure that we do try to find who was at least knowledgeable of the information that eventually got leaked.”

Watch the video:

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