The Hill by Brooke Seipel --
California Rep. Eric Swalwell, a Democrat on the House Intelligence
Committee, knocked the committee's chairman Devin Nunes Thursday, saying
that his surprise decision to brief President Trump on alleged
incidental surveillance damaged the "good name" ? of the committee.
on Wednesday said that he had seen reports that suggest that agencies
had collected intel on members of Trump's transition team through
routine surveillance of foreign targets.
Since making the statement, Nunes has yet to share the evidence with fellow committee members or reveal his sources.
Nunes has also come under fire,
despite apologizing, for his decision to go to the White House and
brief the president on what he had seen without discussing it with the