Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, said the reading of the Mueller report on the Hosue floor will be "nice fiction-type reading."
NUNES: I'm glad they're reading it into the record because what I call the Mueller report is the 'Mueller dossier.' It's a fantasy. In fact, anybody who pays -- the American people paid nearly $40 million for the most powerful law enforcement agency in the world, the FBI, who is working under the direction of the Mueller dossier team and they supported this with news stories. I'm sorry, I don't pay the FBI or the Mueller dossier team to go out and just get news stories to support their information.
The fact that the FBI didn't even know or never bothered to tell the FISA court that there was no Russian consulate in Miami, that's a pretty big deal. Right? And they've had to have known this. Why wouldn't they talk about Christopher Steele and how the Democrats paid for it and all the problems with it? So I have zero confidence in this Mueller dossier. Why they want to read it on the House floor, I don't know, but it will be a nice fiction-type reading.