This week, all of the mounting expectation finally culminated in the end of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia, and its delivery to Attorney General William Barr. But it is unclear exactly what his report will bring, how much of it will be revealed to Congress and the public, and what its legal and political impact will be.
On Monday, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) sued Twitter for allegedly "shadow banning" his account to restrict his free speech, as well as two accounts called "Devin Nunes' Mom" and "Devin Nunes' Cow" for posting content critical of him. "In her endless barrage of tweets, Devin Nunes' Mom maliciously attacked every aspect of Nunes' character, honesty, integrity, ethics and fitness to perform his duties as a United States Congressman," read the complaint, which seeks $250 million in damages and also demands to reveal the identity of the people behind the two accounts.
Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) spent much of his energy as chair of House Intelligence Committee attempting to run interference for President Donald Trump and use the body's powers to cast doubt on the investigations surrounding the White House. Now that he's been deposed and no longer controls the committee, he's still trying to help the president escape accountability as best he can — but Democrats are empowered to stop him.
Former FBI Deputy Director reportedly told GOP leaders he was investigating Trump in 2017 — and they didn't object
On Tuesday, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe made a startling claim to NBC's Savannah Guthrie on the Today show: that not only had his agency opened a national security investigation into President Donald Trump in March 2017, but that Republican leaders briefed on the investigation at the time raised no objections to the FBI's decision.
With Democrats fully in control of the House of Representatives, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) now heads the chamber's Intelligence Committee and is reopening the investigation into Russian interference in American politics and its collusion with President Donald Trump's campaign. Under his leadership, the investigation will be much more sprawling and far-reaching than anything imagined by the Republican majority that used to control the committee. GOP lawmakers had prematurely ended their probe of the matter and attempted to exonerate the president over objections from Democrats April 2018.
'Pages of lies': Democratic lawmaker reveals how Devin Nunes has buried key evidence in the Russia probe
With President Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen spilling the beans on Trump's participation in his team's illicit negotiations with the Russians in a plea agreement with special counsel Robert Mueller, the allegations of collusion are looking more serious by the day. And one person who does not come off looking good amid the whole affair is outgoing House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA), who will cease to lead the committee next year as Democrats assume the House majority.
Devin Nunes' Aggressive Defense of Trump in the Russia Probe Has Put His Typically Safe Seat at Risk
He has been President Donald Trump's loyal soldier in the fight against the Russia investigation — but it could cost him bigly in the midterm elections.
On Thursday, the Fresno Bee reported that House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) was blocked by a federal judge in Florida when he and Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sought to review depositions of former MI6 spy Christopher Steele, on the grounds that they had exceeded their authority and not followed proper protocol in requesting the information:
Lifelong Fresno Republican Rips Devin Nunes for Betraying Christian Voters to Serve His ‘New Master’ Trump
In an extended diatribe published by the Fresno Bee, a lifelong Republican who claims he loves the party because it reflects his Christian values absolutely destroyed his congressman, Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA).
Ex-GOP Congressman Rips Trump's Claim Devin Nunes ‘Should Get the Medal of Honor’ for Giving Him Cover in Mueller's Russia Probe
Former Republican congressman Joe Walsh, a Tea Party activist and conservative talk radio host, on Thursday slammed Donald Trump after the president claimed Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) “should get the Medal of Honor”—despite having never been in the U.S. military (a necessary precursor to receiving said honoâ€¨Trump made the remark on Fox & Friends, telling the hosts that Nunes was deserving of the nation’s highest military honors because of his work on behalf of the president throughout Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation.
“Trump just personally insulted each and every one of the 3,521 brave soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and Coast Guardsmen who've received the Medal of Honor since it's [sic] creation in 1861,” Walsh tweeted.
The Fresno Bee, hometown newspaper to Rep. Devin Nunes' has endorsed his opponent in a scathing editorial.