The House committee is presently investigating reputed Russian interference in last year's presidential election in an attempt to get Trump elected, and whether that effort involved any members of then-candidate Trump's team.
"People misused, mishandled, misdirected classified information, leaked it out, spread it out, violated civil liberties", charged White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who argued it should concern "every single American".
The New York Times and WashingtonPost identified three White House officials that reportedly helped Nunes gain access to intelligence reports that he said showed Trump and his transition team were swept up in us surveillance of foreign nationals.
The White House on Thursday was mum on a recent report that it is the source of claims made by a top congressman that President Donald Trump and his associates were incidentally caught up in surveillance. He would not say whether it was the same material Nunes already had seen. The visit to the White House grounds was reportedly to view evidence of the claim.
"Or, is he a White House shill?"
The New York Times thinks it knows who House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes got his claims about USA surveillance and President Trump from.
After reading them, Cohen-Watnick chose to alert Ellis, the official said.
And Republican Bill Kristol, editor of the conservative National Review, said he finds it "almost inconceivable that young Mr. Cohen-Watnick and Mr. Ellis were acting on their own at the White House".
However, according to The Times report, officials with knowledge of the documents report that much of what Nunes saw was actually reports about third parties in foreign countries - ambassadors and other officials - talking about Trump and how to gain access to or influence with his inner circle. He didn't say he'd never answer the question, but the suggestion was there.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Friday called Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes's (R-Calif.) behavior regarding the panel's ongoing Russian Federation investigation "bizarre".
The real issue, Nunes has said, was that he could figure out the identities of Trump associates from reading reports about intercepted communications that were shared among Obama administration officials with top security clearances. He also once worked on the committee Nunes chairs, both under Nunes and former chairman Rep. Mike Rogers. This is a body blow for Nunes, who presented his findings last week as if they were surprising to the White House.
But why were the White House officials reviewing the surveillance in the first place?
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim speaks to the media during a visit in Nicosia, northern Cyprus March 9, 2017. Gulen strongly denies the charges and is protected from extradition without a proper investigation under US law.
Last month, the carmaker invested $1 billion over five years in Argo AI, a startup that makes autonomous vehicle software. Trudeau later elaborated on the high-tech theme during a visit to auto parts pioneer Magna International Inc.
PwC accountants Brian Cullinan and Martha Ruiz were in charge of handing out the winning envelopes to presenters at the ceremony. In an Academy bulletin, president Cheryl Boone Isaacs explained why they chose to move forward with the accounting firm.
Since then, the state's population has grown by 8 million, with millions more cars and trucks on its roads. Fong says he has introduced legislation - AB 496 - which would pay for road fix , without raising taxes.
The company said its AI system will be ahead of rivals in terms of "completeness", "context awareness" and "cognitive tolerance". Additionally, both the phones will come with digital assistant Bixby that will help the user in interacting with the device.
The Tempe Police Department's findings reportedly are consistent with the witness statements provided by both Cole and Murphy. Uber says that service resumed Monday. "We are continuing to look into this incident", an Uber spokesperson said in an email.
Their tactics on health care prompted yet another call for party unity this week from House Speaker Paul Ryan. This is the first time they are serving with a Republican in the White House to sign bills they might pass.
Some city and county officials complained that the Trump administration is not carefully examining sanctuary policies, which vary. Trump critics said the White House rhetoric is serving as intimidation to get local police to enforce federal immigration laws .
He will miss four of Argentina's remaining five World Cup qualifiers, including yesterday's match against Bolivia. The Barcelona forward will be eligible again when Argentina visit Ecuador on October 10.
Thursday's roundup: Fowler shoots 64 for 1-shot lead
Fowler closed it out in style, stuffing his tee shot at the par-3 ninth to 5 feet and rolling in the putt for a closing birdie. The 28-year-old American did not drop a shot throughout Thursday's opening round as he earned a one-stroke lead in Texas.
LAGO Act seeks to make Trump visitor logs public
SinceTrump took office, the page of White House Records on whitehouse.gov has a message saying " This page is being updated ". Democrats are also interested in how much Trump's trips to Mar-a-Lago are costing the American taxpayer.
IS claims responsibility for Baghdad Wednesday attack
Three policemen were among the dead while the rest were civilians, and a number of policemen were also wounded. A series of large-scale bombings claimed by IS has struck Baghdad since the operation to retake Mosul began.
Community mourns death of Utah man in London terror attack
Mr Payne added that Mr Cochran "wouldn't bear ill feelings towards anyone and we can draw strength as a family from that". Frade, 43, died of her injuries after being struck by the attacker's vehicle when it plowed into Westminster Bridge.
Schweinsteiger eager to start MLS career
Schweinsteiger says he opted to make the move to MLS as he sought a challenge that he believes he will get in Chicago. The 32-year-old is set to be unveiled by the Major League Soccer side at a press conference tonight (1500 local time).
Tony Romo could retire and replace CBS's Phil Simms
We have come to the breaking point in the Tony Romo saga as it seems that he will retire unless he goes to the Houston Texans. They have two quarterbacks on the roster - Tom Savage and Brandon Weeden , both in the past year of their contracts.