Given the very public squabble over the memo, isn't it time for intelligence community leadership to publicly state their positions?
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The House Intelligence Committee (HPSCI) released the transcript of its Jan. 29 meeting in which it decided to release the Nunes memo to the public. Here's a quick summary.
The House Intelligence Committee has published the transcript of its business meeting discussing the memo alleging surveillance abuses prepared by Committee Chairman Devin Nunes. The transcript is available below.
With the imminent release of the Nunes memo, the chairman's counterparts on the House and Senate Intelligence Committees face a thorny question: What should responsible intelligence committee leadership do when one of its own goes rogue—and goes rogue with the backing of a president whose concern for the matter is deeply self-interested?
What allowed the release of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes's classified memo on alleged surveillance abuses? The answer is in the Standing Rules of the House of Representatives.
Our messy system of checks and balances in action.
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