Nunes: "Whatever They Accuse You Of Doing They're Actually Doing"


Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), chairman of the House Intel Committee, told Sean Hannity on Monday that he knows he is right because people like him and Rep. Trey Gowdy get attacked.

"The continued obfuscation that the Democrats have continued to do throughout this investigation is leak something out to a press that basically part of their own team," Nunes said on Monday's Hannity. "They run a story that is based on something partially true and then they come back and accuse us of doctoring up the document. I just go by the old rule: whatever they accuse you of doing, they're actually doing."

"Part of the reason that we know that we're right is because the relentless attacks on me, Trey Gowdy, they even go as far in their memo, they attack Trey Gowdy and myself in their memo and they come to conclusions," he said. "And what do they say for 10 days? They say that our memo came to all sorts of conclusions. Our memo didn't come to any conclusions. Our memo just listed facts. And their memo, people will see, they actually came to conclusions."

"It seems like the counterintelligence investigation should've been opened up against the Hillary campaign when they got ahold of the dossier. But that didn't happen, either," he said.

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