Devin Nunes wants to build a physical wall to block Democrats

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He said another likely result is that Republicans and Democrats will issue separate reports on the Russian Federation investigation, and partisans will only believe one report. That four-page document alleged widespread surveillance abuses by the FBI, though House Republicans, including Nunes, were forced to walk back key claims that seemed to target the Department of Justice's handling of the Russian Federation investigation.

Politico reported the story Sunday in an article titled, "Devin Nunes creates his own alternative news site". Tavlian told Politico that he did not manage the website, however.

Not noting it is a product of a political campaign could - and certainly should - be a violation of Facebook's rules. He told radio host Rush Limbaugh last week, "Almost every story is fake news".

"The California Republican" is marketed as a local, conservative news site. His answer: "He's got fake memos, fake websites and fake news". In fact, its politics were Republican before they were Democratic, as Thiessen well knows.

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The congressman's chief of staff, Anthony Ratekin, declined to comment in an email to Politico. Both agencies are headed by President Trump's appointees. The committee voted to release the Democrats' memo early this week, after Republicans stalled, but the White House is still mulling whether to declassify it or not. We don't want to give up the way that our intelligence committee recruits sources, the methods that they may use to recruit sources, so these are things that don't need to be made public.

But while Politico's David Siders frames the site as offering Nunes "a way around the often unflattering coverage of his role in the Trump-Russia investigation", it's not at all clear that anyone, including Nunes, has cared enough about the site for that to be true. Several Democrats in Congress have called for Nunes' removal, over the memo controversy. Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffTrump likely to approve release of Dem memo: report Trump called for unity - he didn't even last a week Trump to be briefed on Democratic memo MORE (Calif.), have been publicly exchanging jabs over the release of the controversial documents. Nunes has said that the committee's Republicans are still investigating and plan to put together more memos.

Democrats say the memo is rife with inaccuracies and cherry-picked information to trash the Federal Bureau of Investigation and cast doubt on the ongoing probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

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