Devin Nunes: Three Years Went By Before State Department Went to FISA Court with Unverified Steele Dossier

‘Everything is supposed to be verified’

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NUNES: "Well, everything is supposed to be verified. And one of the things that John Solomon didn't get a lot of coverage he broke last week that you just talked about, about this high-level State Department person who had met with Steele, that's questionable in and of itself. But what nobody is paying attention to here is that three years went by, but yet one meeting with Christopher Steele, a high-ranking State Department official in October of 2016, weeks before they went to the FISA court, you had more verification done by that State Department official who said wait a second, the Russians don't even have a consulate in Miami. Okay?"

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