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Will intelligence agencies stop confiding to Congress?

The Washington Post

05 Feb 2018

According to Robert S. Litt in The Washington Post article “Will intelligence agencies stop confiding to Congress?” the release of the Nunes memo could strain the future relationship between intelligence agencies and their congressional overseers.

“The precedent that’s been set here is very dangerous,” he said. “You can only imagine if the Democrats get control of the House in the mid-year election; they will now be able to say look, ‘We’ve established a precedent here. You've released classified information, and we’re going to start doing it as well.’”

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