Devin Nunes warns 'future of this country' hinges on Durham indictments The "future of this country" depends on who is indicted next in special counsel John Durham's criminal inquiry into the Russia investigation, warned a top House Republican. Rep. Devin Nunes, ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, said Thursday that trust in the Justice Department and FBI among conservatives nationwide hangs in the balance. "The Biden DOJ can let people off if they would like," the congressman from California said during a Fox News interview, referring to ex-FBI official Andrew McCabe winning back his full pension as part of a settlement with the Justice Department in a wrongful termination lawsuit. "Durham is still out there," he said. "For the Department of Justice and the FBI to have any support amongst conservatives or half of this country, it’s going to really depend on who Durham indicts, and I think that is what a lot of us are waiting for." During the Fox News interview, Nunes also scoffed at the news that Bill Clinton's former communications director, George Stephanopoulos, scored an interview with former MI6 agent Christopher Steele. Steele compiled the salacious and discredited anti-Trump "Steele dossier" after being hired by the opposition research firm Fusion GPS, which had been hired by the Clinton campaign. The congressman said it is an "embarrassment" for Hulu, airing the interview onOct. 18,and Disney, which owns a majority stake in the streaming service. Nunes also noted the timing of the interview after stating Steele was uncooperative with the House Intelligence Committee's own Russia investigation. "There is probably more to come. I'm sure it will be quite a comical and entertaining movie," he said. https://www.yahoo.com/news/devin-nunes-warns-future-country-225900359.html
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