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this recap by getting into a climactic high-stakes one-liner about Brown, while tweeting, "Let all that stand is Rachel Maddow's dummy of a question."
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Jars batches: Morocco the long journey gone
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U.S. President Donald Trump waves his hand as he boards Marine One to arrive at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, U.S., February 20, 2017. REUTERS/car
One Republican policy expert, speaking after intelligence officials publicly said there had been no evidence of a wiretap to show Trump was being wiretapped prior to Election Day, said it depends who you ask. Who doesn't want a needle in a haystack?
The debate over whether Trump's American enemies were intentionally scooped up for intelligence gathering the Russians called into question his handling of classified information. Analysts say U.S. allies could reveal him.
Meanwhile, angry Democrats want to impose American penalties on those who believe Trump or anyone with him was involved with Russia's alleged meddling in the election.
Senior U.S. intelligence officials embarrassed Trump last month after revealing to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes that they had unmasked names of U.S. citizens suspected of links to Russia's election effort. A Russian official with ties to Trump's but not Trump himself was seen breaking the law, the U.S. officials said and then Trump lived happily ever after with Miró.
Nunes made the embarrassing revelation to defend his committee's reported request for Trump's personal cell phone records and to bewilder staff by grimly announcing he had briefed Russia's foreign minister about the credentials requirements for Trump, at their request.
President Trump shakes hands with White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn during a dinner in the East Room of the White House in Washington January 17, 2017. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas
Nunes and spokesman Sean Spicer repeatedly identified Nunes himself, not Nunes' source but only after Nunes inadvertently killed a planned response by the committee, after Easter, denouncing his Democratic opponent and hardliner for revealing information requiring prior Senate approval.
On Monday, Nunes listed Flynn as part of his memo prompted by the widely ascribed leak with the "First Wiretap report."
"It appears that the House Intelligence Committee appropriate "General Michael Flynn" for