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FBI might keep more secrets from Congress after Nunes memo release

Nunes is a traitorous fool. 😆 what a sh*t show…and now a military parade. Trump has such a_____.😂😂😅🗽🇺🇸🤥

American Freedom Project

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WASHINGTON — The House Intelligence Committee’s dueling partisan memos about FBI surveillance of a Trump campaign adviser will result in federal agents keeping secrets to themselves because they no longer trust Congress, experts warn.

“It’s already having an impact,” said Mike Rogers, a retired Michigan Republican congressman and ex-FBI agent who chaired the committee from 2011-2014. “The intelligence community isn’t going to lie to the committees. But they’ll go into the 100-question mode: if a committee only asks three questions, they’ll leave the other 97 on the table. They’re not going to volunteer information any more.”

The FBI headquarters building in Washington, D.C.
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Andy Arena, former FBI agent in charge of the Detroit field office, calls it giving the “Reader’s Digest” version of a classified briefing to Congress.

“As an FBI agent, I’m…

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