Meadows on Memo Release: Constitutional Obligation ‘to Inform the American People’

‘I stand by him in his constitutional duty to actually inform the American people’

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MEADOWS: "I can tell you, I had a lengthy conversation with Chairman Nunes last night. He stands by the memo. I stand by him in his constitutional duty to actually inform the American people. You know he has a constitutional obligation to notify members of Congress if there has been FISA abuses. So, I applaud him in that effort. And -- and really the American people need to see this and judge it for themselves, Steve."

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