Devin Nunes now says he may have talked to raided FBI suspect after call records implicate him (VIDEO)
The House Intelligence Committee has officially obtained phone records from AT&T showing conversations between Nunes, Giuliani, and Lev Parnas, who was recently raided by the FBI shortly after meeting with President Trump's lawyer and attempting to flee the country.
Devin Nunes sits on the committee, and is a ranking member - this newly released information makes him complicit in possibly helping Trump commit a crime against the United States.
Nunes went on Fox News and spoke with Sean Hannity to try and deflect from the damaging report. He now says "it's possible."
Hannity: Did you ever talk to this guy Lev Parnas?
Devin Nunes: You know it’s possible but I haven’t gone through all my phone records. I don’t really recall that name.
Truth is, he knows the call records indicate a conversation occurred. Not only that but Nunes himself tried to call Parnas on more than one occasion.
People are saying one call lasted nearly 10 minutes between Nunes and Parnas, too, just months before the FBI got wind of him. Nunes wants people to think he simply doesn't remember.
“It is deeply concerning that at a time when the president of the United States was using the power of his office to dig up dirt on a political rival, that there may be evidence that there were members of Congress complicit in that activity," Chairman Adam Schiff told the media when releasing the full report.
Schiff is referring to Nunes here, of course.
Parnas' lawyer, Joseph A. Bondy, thinks Nunes should have recused himself from the very beginning.
Trump being impeached is now out of Schiff's hands - the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday sent its report on President Trump and Ukraine to the House Judiciary Committee which would then determine if it gets forwarded on for possible articles of impeachment.
Whether Trump gets officially impeached or not, Nunes better lawyer up says former FBI general counsel Jim Baker, especially since Nunes didn't reveal this information previously.
"It looks alarming due to the number of communications, the timing, and so on."