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President Trump has been trying since early this month to deflect the FBI and congressional investigations of Russian covert action by asserting that he had been a victim of improper U.S. surveillance.Nunes declared that intelligence about Trump associates had been wrongfully collected and shared based on information he had received from an unnamed "source" he met at the White House complex. Perhaps that was Nunes' intention – and Trump's. Last week, Nunes suggested instead that legal intercepts of foreign intelligence targets had picked up "incidental" information about Trump associates, whose names weren't properly masked, and that this information was widely disseminated and then leaked.To which Schiff responds: So why didn't someone bring the evidence to the House Intelligence Committee, rather than leak it to Nunes, who then briefed Trump?
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