U.S. House of Representatives intelligence committee Chairman, Republican Devin Nunes says intelligence agencies swept up incidental communications by Donald Trump's political campaign after the election. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) U.S. House of Representatives intelligence committee Chairman Devin Nunes said on Wednesday that intelligence agencies had swept up incidental communications by Donald Trump's political campaign after the election, raising concerns about spying on the newly elected president. Nunes said all of the additional information he has seen was collected legally after the election campaign, but the names of the Trump officials involved had been unmasked and the communications widely disseminated within the spy agencies. Nunes, who briefed House Speaker Paul Ryan on the findings, said he planned to show the information to the White House and was "very concerned" about whether the intelligence community was spying on Trump after the elections.