House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes says he has seen zero evidence of collusion between the Trump Campaign and Russia.

As House Intel chair, Nunes has been overseeing the investigation into the still-unfounded claims that President Trump worked with Russian officials during his election campaign to undermine the DNC.

Speaking with Fox News Sunday morning, Nunes declared that after being caught up to speed and seeing Justice Department documents related to the matter, he can conclusively say there is no evidence – at least for now – to support repeated claims of collusion.

Instead, Nunes took aim at the intelligence community, saying it has been intentionally leaking information to undermine Trump’s presidency.

“It’s pretty clear that’s happening,” he said. “There’s even been stories written about it in numerous newspapers talking about how they said they left breadcrumbs around to hurt the Trump administration.”

“I think it was largely people maybe who were there, had classified information, who are now no longer there and decided to leak it,” he continued.

Of course, this doesn’t quite sit well with many liberals who appear to think they’ve got more knowledge of the matter than an actual government intelligence official.

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