Nunes: ‘They Never Should Have Opened a Counter-Intelligence Investigation into a Political Party’

‘You have to be very careful because you’re using the tools of our intelligence services and relationships with other countries in order to spy on a political campaign’

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NUNES: "Look, I believe that they didn’t have — well, first of all, I believe they never should have opened a counterintelligence investigation into a political party. Counterintelligence investigations, very rarely do they happen and when they do happen, you have to be very careful because you’re using the tools of our intelligence services and relationships with other countries in order to spy on a political campaign. Probably not a good idea."

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