Rep Nunes wants the DOJ to Do It’s Job Against the Deep State!

[VIDEO] One of the major issues that the Trump administration has faced since its beginning is deep state leaks. All of the intelligence agencies, as well as units of the Department of Justice, have suffered from leaks of information. They were obviously intended to harm and undermine President Trump. The liberal resistance to all of his policies is manifest in these leaks.

California Representative Devin Nunes appeared on the Laura Ingraham show, “The Ingraham Angle.” You can always expect Laura to be on subject and asking the tough questions.

You can tell from the video that Mr. Nunes wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to start investigating these leaks in an intense manner. there are a lot of citizens that are tired of seeing the President’s agenda sabotaged at every turn.

As Written By Jeff Poor for Breibart:

On Monday’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “The Ingraham Angle,” Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA), the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, called on the Department of Justice to “do its job” regarding leaks from major U.S. intelligence services.

Host Laura Ingraham asked Nunes to clear up whether or not he had recused himself from his committee’s investigation into matters regarding Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

Previously, Nunes has said he hadn’t recused himself from Russia investigation, but just from leading it.

Later, in a follow-up question, Ingraham asked Nunes if he would be calling former Obama administration officials Susan Rice and Samantha Power.

Nunes did not offer any specific names, but replied by saying unfortunately his committee would “be bringing back a lot of people.” He also added that the Justice Department could “do their job and begin to investigate.”

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GOP Rep Nunes on Deep State Leaks: ‘DOJ Could Do Their Job and Begin to Investigate’ – Breitbart

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