[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e asked the lead Republican and Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee for interviews to talk about their findings in their Russia related investigations. Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) agreed to chat. Sunday on Full Measure, he'll give details on their investigation into Trump-Russia collusion, which is almost over. We still have to hear from Special Counsel Robert Mueller on the same topic. Meantime, the Intel committee also unearthed allegedly improper, politically-motivated "unmaskings." Obama officials requested the "unmasking" of the names of hundreds of US citizens who were supposedly "accidentally" captured in government surveillance. The names are supposed to be strictly protected for privacy reasons but some of them, including political enemies of the Obama administration and Clinton campaign, were leaked to the press in a derogatory way. The committee is also looking into alleged conflicts of interest and unethical behavior by some at the FBI and Justice Department.
Also coming up Sunday, believe it or not we buy a lot of our security cameras from China and those cameras are weaving their way into our classified systems. Lisa Fletcher talks to an expert who's been warning about this security risk for years.
And Scott Thuman heads to George Washington's home, Mt. Vernon, Virginia, where he visits the contentious relationship between the press and our forefathers.
Be sure to catch my TEDx talk on "Is 'Fake News' Real?" for the surprising origins of the fake news campaign. You will be surprised.
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