WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chairman of the US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, said on Tuesday that he would not disclose, even to other members of his panel, who gave him intelligence reports indicating that the president Donald Trump and his associates could have been caught in an incidental intelligence gathering.
When asked by an ABC News reporter if he would inform the other committee members who gave him the reports he saw on the White House grounds last week, Nunes said: “We will never reveal those sources and methods.”
(This story has been corrected to correct the second paragraph to show that the ABC News reporter asked Nunes, not a Fox News reporter)
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