Democratic Representative Jackie Speier said it appeared that Nunes was "more concerned with pushing the White House narrative than seeking the truth".
Nunes issued the subpoenas to the FBI, CIA, and NSA related to those unmaskings, and Democrats accused him of violating his recusal from the Russian Federation investigation.
Nunes, who would have had to sign off on any committee requests to reveal the identities of United States persons mentioned in intelligence reports, called unmaskings "violations of Americans' civil liberties" last week.
Representative Jim Himes, a Democrat on the House Intelligence panel, replied to Trump's tweet, calling it a "pathetic distraction".
Schiff said on CNN Thursday of Nunes' new subpoenas: "I have to conclude this is part of the White House effort to direct attention in another direction" as the Russian Federation probe intensifies.
Ryan hasn't commented on Schiff's latest challenge or on whether Nunes should be involved in the investigation at all.
The Senate intelligence committee announced Comey's appearance, and a Comey associate said he had been cleared to testify by Robert Mueller, another former FBI director now overseeing that investigation as special counsel.
"Commitments to recuse himself have not been fully honoured", Schiff told MSNBC.
"If he recused himself on subjects, Russia, then he shouldn't have access to documents relating to subject, Russia, and he shouldn't be issuing separate subpoenas attaching them to a bipartisan subpoenas that were issued this week", Pelosi said Friday. The president's claim was refuted by former FBI Director James Comey in congressional testimony before Trump fired him last month.
Lawmakers are likely to ask Comey about his interactions with Trump as the bureau pursued its investigation into his campaign's contacts. Ahead of the presidential poll, thousands of hacked emails of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta, and the Democratic National Committee were leaked.
Farage said on Twitter it had taken him a long time to read the Guardian article because he was "laughing so much at this fake news". What worries me is that it goes in so many directions at this point that the outrage may lose its focus on the simple fact that very effective means were employed to place in the White House an unqualified and vulgar talking yam for the specific objective of hog-tying the government of the United States.
"I don't know what the chairman has in mind, again, because we weren't consulted, or why the chairman was picking these three people apart from the fact that they were part of the Obama administration", Schiff told CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer.
It's a surprising backslide for House investigators after they spent two months righting their ship - including agreeing to a "reset" immediately after Nunes first said he would step aside from leading the probe.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, an Illinois Republican, called Nunes "honorable" Thursday on CNN's "New Day" - but added that he had questions about Nunes' role in the Russian Federation subpoenas.
The reason for the diversion was because of exhaustion, aides reportedly said. "Many people are saying it was wonderful that Mrs. Trump on Saturday signed a $110 billion defense deal with Saudi Arabia alongside Salman and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
USA output of more than 9.3 million bpd is close to levels in major producers Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia. Most of the USA production is owing to growing number of onshore resources, also called as shale oil fields.
Meanwhile, UP Cabinet Minister Siddharth Nath Singh said the government will not allow Rahul Gandhi to do a photo op in the state. The Saharanpur district authorities had yesterday refused permission to Gandhi to visit the strife-torn district.
Rice had been playing with what looked like a gun in a park near his home when someone called 911 to report him. Frank Garmback, the officer with Loehmann on that day, will start his 10-day suspension on Wednesday.
Corby had been scheduled to on a Virgin flight VA46 - a photo of her boarding pass, seat 1A, was even circulated on social media. In Australia Corby has commanded public sympathy as local media followed her struggles with mental illness behind bars.
Burr left open the possibility that they could hold Flynn in contempt if he would not comply with their demands. The subpoena delivery follows recent activity concerning the investigation into Russian Federation .
Microsoft's planned roll out of a whole suite of VR headsets continues with the revelation of designs from Dell and ASUS. Acer and HP will start shipping their first developer kits this August for $299 and $329 respectively.
Weiner added that since then, he has come "to grips for the first time with the depths of my sickness". As part of his plea deal, he has agreed not to appeal any sentence of 27 months or less, Reuters says.
The long-standing USA position is that Jerusalem's fate must be worked out through Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. The official also defended the fact that Trump not moving the embassy was breaking a key campaign promise.
The aircraft is 72.5 meters from nose to tail and stands 15.2 meters tall from the ground to the top of the tail. Jean Floyd, Stratolaunch's chief executive officer, said the goal is to have a launch demonstration by 2019.
Some of the individuals had serious prior convictions, including a convicted rapist and a previously deported cocaine trafficker. Kelly's phrasing aside, his figures square with the latest numbers out from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Mark Vitner, a senior economist with Wells Fargo Securities, said gasoline prices remain "fairly low by recent standards". Through May 22, US regular gasoline prices, as measured in EIA's weekly retail survey, have averaged $2.36/gal in 2017.
Morse heads to DL after SFG-Nats brawl
There are still two games left in the series between the two teams in San Francisco - next up is Tuesday night at 10:15 p.m. A former teammate on the Washington Nationals , Yankees reliever Tyler Cilppard found those words to be uniquely Harper.
White House communications director Mike Dubke quits
The spokesman also said that Trump was frustrated by the "perpetuation of false narratives" based on unnamed sources. But Dubke, during his short stint in the White House was so behind-the-scenes as to seem totally nonexistent.
Trump hails heroes at Arlington
The president hailed Bob Dole, the former senator who suffered lifelong injuries in World War II and attended Monday's ceremony. Afterward, he visited a section of the cemetery where military members killed in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are buried.
Dixon invovled in scary crash
We're yet to hear from Dixon, but Howard feels very bad about what happened and that his incident took out another vehicle . The red flag was waived bringing a temporary stop the race because of a hole made in the safety fencing.
USAA pulling ads from Hannity's Fox News show
On Tuesday , Fox News retracted a story they had published on their website about Rich's death. A few advertisers, including Cars.com, have pulled their business from Hannity's show.