California Republican Devin Nunes appeared on Fox News Wednesday claiming he is set to file lawsuits against several "fake news" media outlets.
“At restaurant tonight waitress asks if we want straws. Says she has to ask now in fear of THE STRAW POLICE,” Nunes tweeted to his 380,000 followers.
“His ardent support for this amoral man betrayed the values that we hold as Republicans and as Christians,” Andrew Shinn, a business professor at Fresno Pacific University, wrote.
Alpha Omega Winery faced a lawsuit over the charity cruise.
“You just want to help the president. You’re not even reading the documents,” Ingraham told Nunes.
Republican Devin Nunes has returned to the theme of his controversial memo.
Under pressure, the Justice Department provided access to the original document that launched the investigation into Russian election interference.
The president is angry Senator Mark Warner tried to meet the Russia dossier creator—but so did Devin Nunes.
The memo will likely include redactions, the source said.
The president argues he is “vindicated” in the Russia investigation by a GOP memo. Now he needs to decide whether to release the Democrat reply.
Republicans suggest State Department may have worked to influence the election, says report.
The Nunes memo was released Friday after approval from President Donald Trump.
Trump ready to release controversial Republican memo despite warnings from his FBI Director Christopher Wray.
Representative Adam Schiff said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes changed a controversial memo after the panel reviewed it.
Obama’s former national security adviser has explained why she requested the names of Trump aides from intelligence reports.
The Intelligence Committee chairman’s withdrawal doesn’t fix the investigation or solve the chamber’s deeper problems.