Nunes: Dems Preventing Release of Schiff Memo By 'Packing It Full of Sources, Methods'
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) told Maria Bartiromo on "Sunday Morning Futures" that Republicans are not intentionally blocking the release of the Democratic response to his FISA memo.
Nunes said Democrats crowed about the danger his own memo could mean for national security because it contained sensitive information, but that the Democrats are the ones who intentionally "packed their memo full of sources and methods" -- sensitive information about how the committee recruits sources and uncovers information.
Nunes said he would like to see the Democratic memo made public, as long as proper redactions are made.
He confirmed Bartiromo's statement about the second memo, the production of which was led by Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), agreeing that it does not conflict with the main point of his own memo.
"The FBI used government resources to spy on a political enemy," Bartiromo said.
Nunes agreed, saying the apparent intentional inclusion of sensitive methods by Schiff's team is "all about politics" and making the Trump administration look like it is hiding something.
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