MSNBC’s Miller Slams Ryan, Grassley over Robert Mueller: ‘They’re Just Less Incompetent Versions of Devin Nunes’

‘If Paul Ryan really didn’t like the way Devin Nunes was handling this investigation, he could remove him, he could push him off of it’

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MILLER: "Republican leadership are good at telling reporters on background and off-the-record, but they don’t like the way Devin Nunes has handled things. If Paul Ryan really didn’t like the way Devin Nunes was handling the investigation, he can remove him, he can push him off of it. Same for people like Trey Gowdy, Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee. They are doing many of the things Devin Nunes is doing in terms of going to war with the F.B.I. and questioning the special prosecutors' mandate, but they are doing it in less obviously transparent ways. They are just less incompetent versions of Devin Nunes."

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