NUNES: Congress to Hold AG Sessions in Contempt
DOJ says "[no] disclosure...can risk severe consequences"
Chairman Devin Nunes revealed Sunday that Congress will hold Department of Justice Attorney General Jeff Sessions in contempt for refusing to turn over classified information the committee has requested, he stated in a phone interview with Fox and Friends.
The Department of Justice also shot back on Sunday, released the letter sent to Nunes on May 3, which addressed the classified information Nunes had requested. It appears from the letter Nunes had asked for information on a specific individual, not yet named and considered by DOJ to be a very valuable person for a counterintelligence operation.
DEVIN NUNES FULL ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEW ON FOX & FRIENDS | FOX NEWS (5/6/2018)