McCain: Devin Nunes "killed" the bipartisan Russia investigation in the House

“If we’re really going to get to the bottom of these things, it’s got to be done in a bipartisan fashion. And as far as I could tell, Congressman Nunes killed that,” McCain said on ABC’s “This Week.”

McCain was responding to a question about Nunes’ trip to the White House grounds earlier this month when he was given access to secret intelligence by White House officials, which Nunes promptly shared with Donald Trump — but not with his own committee. McCain called the entire procedure “bizarre.”

McCain said it’s important for both Democrats and Republicans to work “closely together,” especially on the armed forces and intelligence panels. “We have to,” said McCain, who chairs the Senate Armed Services Committee. “It’s for the good of the security of the nation and the men and women who serve us.”