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Republicans and Democrats Are Overhyping the Nunes Memo

Rather than striking a decisive blow, the Nunes memo indicates that the battle over the Trump probe is far from over. The real question about the now-declassified Nunes memo is this: Why did the Democrats make such a fuss about it? Apart from the fact that the intelligence agencies—like much of the government—engage in rampant and unnecessary classification of the obvious, the document is dreary stuff and does not appear to compromise any real intelligence sources and methods.
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