On recording, Nunes says GOP needs to keep House to protect Trump

On recording, Nunes says GOP needs to keep House to protect Trump

On recording, Nunes says GOP needs to keep House to protect Trump

The recording - and the reception it received in the mainstream media - are fake news mainly because Nunes is right - Democrats have promised from virtually Day 1 of the Trump presidency to impeach him if they ever got control of the House.

U.S. Representative Chris Collins, a Republican ally of President Donald Trump who has been charged with taking part in an insider trading scheme, said on Saturday he was suspending his campaign for re-election to Congress. "That's why I keep - and thank you for saying it, by the way - I mean, we have to keep all these seats". "If we do not keep the majority, all of this goes away".

Newly released audio from a Republican fundraiser features Nunes talking to donors at a gathering in Spokane, Washington, last week, during which Nunes said that "if we do not keep the majority, all of this goes away". Nunes' words made clear that the House's investigation has been a charade created to protect Trump rather than to reveal the truth.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said the reason the House has not voted to impeach Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is because of the Senate's need to confirm a Supreme Court justice. The recording was aired by MSNBC. And then take the risk of not getting Kavanaugh confirmed.

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The Republicans on the Committee issued a report saying there was no evidence of collusion between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, but the Committee Democrats refused to accept it.

He has been accused of running interference between the president and Democrats on the committee instead of conducting an objective investigation.

Most important, Nunes has not acted alone.

Charlie Kirk calls out Democratic leaders for not condemning protesters' behavior, reacts to news that Rep. Collins is suspending his re-election campaign. And I say that because you have to, so we only have so many months left, right? The duty of Congress is to be a check and balance on the Executive Branch, and to pursue the facts wherever they may lead. Sam Ervin pursued his congressional investigation during the Watergate scandal.

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Nunes made several other noteworthy statements to the audience of GOP donors, also concerning the Russian Federation investigation and its supervision. They have stood by quietly in light of ongoing evidence of corruption and conflict of interest at the top of several executive departments.

The House Ethics Committee is investigating the allegations against him.

As Kasie Hunt noted how the tape raises questions about whether the GOP as a whole will protect Trump "at all costs", Scarborough compared the House Intelligence Committee chairman and members of the House Freedom Caucus to the "useful idiots" who would apologize for America during the Cold War.

Nunes was speaking at a gathering in support of the No. 4 House Republican, Cathy McMorris Rogers, on July 30.

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Collins was an early supporter of Trump's presidential campaign and has been one of Trump's most ardent defenders.

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