Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Democrats are "worried" about Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) and his investigation into the FBI and DOJ. From Schumer's news conference on Tuesday:
REPORTER: We are hearing a lot in the last day or so about the FBI investigation into texts. Do you view that as an effort on the other side of the aisle to pull attention away from the Mueller review?
SEN SCHUMER: I think there has been a great deal of activity on the other side intending to either divert attention from Mueller or even stand in his way. I don't think Mr. Nunes has played a constructive role, to say the least, and we're all worried.
Mueller has to be allowed to do his job. I have faith in him. As long as he goes forward everyone will abide by where he comes down. But he shouldn't be thwarted in any way. And the diversion that they are trying to do both with Mueller and with others is not good for the country.