In other words, the New York Times’ own sources confirmed that the way House Intelligence Committee chair Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., had described the information in key classified documents was accurate. And what Nunes had seen may prove President Trump’s claim that former President Obama spied on him and his transition team. Still, the media remained fixated on how Nunes got the information, and whether it was improperly obtained, rather than what the information actually said. And why he wasn’t sharing it with other key lawmakers, including the leaders of the House and Senate Intelligence committees.

Source: Trump calls critics’ bluff: Will share intel on Obama spying

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