Donald Trump’s biggest defender in the Russia scandal could not name a single falsehood in the dossier that surfaced during the investigation.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), chairman of the House Intelligence Committee and a top Trump defender, was asked point-blank if he could point out anything in the dossier that was false.
He tried to dodge, referring questions to the Intelligence Committee. Asked whether he could speak about it, he said “no,” and again referred questions to the Intelligence Committee.
Watch the exchange here:
This, of course, flies in the face of the GOP and Trump claim that Christopher Steele’s dossier is a total fabrication, blah blah blah.
Note that in Fusion GPS CEO Simpson’s testimony, the transcript of which Sen. Dianne Feinstein just made public, the intel that first worried Steele enough to contact the FBI was…the wee-wee tape.
To date, NOTHING in the dossier has been proven inaccurate, while much of it has been verified.
Update 1: From northleft in the comments:
“I’d refer you back to the Intelligence Committee”…
Nunes is the f**king chairman of the Intelligence Committee.
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