California Representative Devin Nunes called the article written about his family farm a "hit piece" and a "legion of lies."
Rep. Nunes has been urging people leave Twitter, after his bid to sue the platform over posts he deemed defamatory failed.
A judge ruled that Devin Nunes could not sue Twitter over posts made by users on its platform, which he had said were defamatory.
"Defending and respecting the user's voice is one of our core values at Twitter," said a Twitter spokesperson in September.
Nunes said the "cow" conspired to damage his re-election chances. However, he has reached a legal "dead end" in his quest to unmask the bovine.
The lawsuit involves a September 30, 2018 Esquire article entitled "Devin Nunes's Family Farm Is Hiding a Politically Explosive Secret."
The California congressman told Fox News that handwritten notes showed the FBI were seeking to "set up" the former national security adviser.
The Republican lawmaker suggested children "could have went back to school in two weeks."
"We need to get a handle on the spread otherwise we're going to be in the same situation as Italy, and that's not so far off," Dr. Nicole Saphier cautioned.
The Californian congressman told Fox News that the economy was being hit unnecessarily by coronavirus and said people should go out and support local businesses.
"You notice how when they win elections, the Russians didn't do anything. So, if the Russians, supposedly and Putin, only like Republicans, why did they 'let' the Republicans lose the House of Representatives?," Nunes said during an appearance on Fox News' The Ingraham Angle on Thursday.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Thursday that impeachment hearing witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman should "go work for Ukraine" to which Representative Devin Nunes said, "Maybe he will at some point."
Nunes is up for reelection in November and the Sacramento Bee claimed his constituents "deserve better."
House Democrats released a fresh batch of evidence for the Trump impeachment trial Friday, highlighted by text messages between Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas and an aide to Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.).
California Democratic Representative Ted Lieu responded to Congressman Devin Nunes' threat of a defamation lawsuit by sending a letter to Nunes' lawyer which read in part, "Take your letter and shove it."
The topic came after an interview on Fox News in which Nunes admitted that he remembered the call, but just had not recognized the name "Parnas."
The GOP congressman said he "just didn't know the name" when call logs released in December revealed that he had been on a call with Parnas.
"Mr. Barr had to have known everything," Parnas said.
The Fox News host chose three different winners in response to Time magazine awarding it to the influential young climate change activist.
Schiff has faced criticism from Republicans for subpoenaing the phone records of several individuals involved in the impeachment inquiry against Trump.
Rep. Devin Nunes refused to respond to questions about his contacts with Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani.
The ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee told Fox News that he was "not able to confirm" whether he had a phone conversation with Parnas.
Gregg Jarrett suggested that someone else may have been using Nunes' phone for calls to Rudy Giuliani and his associate Lev Parnas.
Intelligence Committee Ranking Member alleged to have been one of a number of people assisting Trump's attorney to help pressure Ukraine into investigating the Bidens.
The House Republicans called the ongoing impeachment proceedings "an orchestrated campaign to upend our political system" in the report.
Congressman Devin Nunes recently issued a subpoena in an attempt to discover who's behind the anonymous parody accounts mocking him.
CNN host John King called Representative Devin Nunes' response to allegations that he met with former Ukraine prosecutor Victor Shokin about the Bidens "horsesh*t."
"Nunes wasn't just covering up for President Trump, he was literally doing his dirty work," Phil Arballo tells Newsweek.
The figures seem to confirm allegations made by Lev Parnas—a Ukrainian-born American who worked as a "fixer" for Rudy Giuliani.
"I intend to hold The Daily Beast and CNN accountable for their actions," Rep. Devin Nunes said. "They will find themselves in court soon after Thanksgiving."