Mike Rogers on Hersh: ‘No Credibility,’ ‘No Facts that Support this Story’

‘I find no credibility in it and there’s just no substantive facts that support this story’

Well, I have to tell you my counterpart, Dutch Ruppersberger, who is the ranking member at the time. And I went to see Pasha right after the raid, because we had some issues to work through on intelligence cooperation. And I can tell you he did not know about the raid. And he was not all that amused by the raid. And it caused us real and significant problems in our intelligence operations for months after that raid, because he was not made aware of it and believed that was a slight to their national pride. So I don’t know where he gets that story. I found no credibility in it. And there’s just no substantive facts that support his story

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