At her weekly press briefing on Thursday, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks about Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, who yesterday went to the White House to speak to the president about what he found in the investigation into President Trump's accusation that his team was spied on by President Obama.
Nunes yesterday accused President Obama of "incidentally collecting" information of Trump's team. Thursday morning, Nunes apologized to Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on his committee, for not telling him before going public with allegations that Trump transition messages were intercepted by U.S. intelligence.
NANCY PELOSI: He was part of the Trump transition. All of this relates to the Trump transition by and large. I think it is very clear. He himself, I don't know if that was a cry for help, or let me out of here, or whatever it was, but it was highly unusual. Outside the accepted behavior of a chairman of any committee.
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