The Senate Intelligence Committee met behind closed doors today, less than 24 hours after Fox News confirmed that there is a classified file on Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. Some members of the intelligence community reportedly have concerns that Bergdahl not only deserted his unit in Afghanistan, but may have been an active collaborator with the enemy.

Soldier Who Served With Bergdahl: ‘He Left on His Own Accord’

Over the weekend, the Obama administration exchanged five Taliban leaders in Gitmo for Bergdahl’s release.

Tonight on The Kelly File, Megyn spoke to Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA), vice chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

There are reports that Bergdahl wrote a note the night he left his unit expressing disillusionment with the Army and being an American. Sen. Chambliss, who read the Army’s classified file on Bergdahl, said the letter was not mentioned in it.

“I was shocked today [at the reports]. But what I do know is the Army doesn’t know really what happened and they haven’t apparently gotten detailed statements from his fellow platoon members, who have been very vocal over the last couple of days,” Chambliss said.

More on the Bergdahl prisoner swap from Fox News:

Parents of Soldier Killed in Bergdahl Search Call for Investigation

O'Reilly Blasts Obama Admin: 'Morons' for Saying Bergdahl Served With Honor

Krauthammer: Obama Didn't Have to Notify Congress of Prisoner Exchange