House Intelligence Panel Hasn’t Seen New Surveillance Evidence Yet: Democrat

House Intelligence Panel Hasn’t Seen New Surveillance Evidence Yet: Democrat

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Members of the House intelligence committee have yet to see the material on the incidental surveillance of Donald Trump‘s transition team that the panel chairman discussed publicly, a Democrat on the committee said Thursday.

“Before we go any further, we really need to see what evidence the president gave to the president, how he obtained that evidence, and why exactly he turned our committee around,” Rep. Eric Swalwell told MSNBC. “We haven’t seen it yet. We’ve been told it’s coming soon.”

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