Gowdy Identifies Reporters Who Allegedly Peddled Misleading Adam Schiff Leaks



Former Rep. Trey Gowdy accused reporters from CNN, Politico and The New York Times on Sunday of helping House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff “peddle” the now-debunked conspiracy theory of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government.

Gowdy was asked in an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” to identify reporters he believed took leaks from Schiff for stories related to the Intelligence panel’s Russia investigation.

“Well, I hope you have a three hour show,” Gowdy quipped.

“Let’s just start with Politico,” Gowdy, a former Republican member of the House Intelligence Committee, said in an interview on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures.”

“Kyle Cheney is just an acolyte for Adam Schiff,” said Gowdy, referring to a senior congressional reporter at the website.

“Manu Raju from CNN,” the Republican continued, referring to the network’s congressional reporter.

“Nothing Schiff wanted out, made public — no leak was too low for Manu Raju and CNN.”

“Fill in the blank at The New York Times,” he added.

Gowdy, who is now a Fox News contributor, has blasted Schiff in the past for leaking information to reporters.

Gowdy said in a March 31, 2019 interview that he wondered whether U. S. intelligence agencies would stop providing information to Schiff because he “leak[s] like a screen door on a submarine.”

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