Ranking member Devin Nunes (CA-R) needs some side-eye or at least more help traveling to his farm in Iowa, because of those Russia-related junkets
Lev Parnas, an indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani, helped arrange meetings and calls in Europe for Rep. Devin Nunes in 2018, Parnas’ lawyer Ed MacMahon told The Daily Beast.
Nunes aide Derek Harvey participated in the meetings, the lawyer said, which were arranged to help Nunes’ investigative work. MacMahon didn’t specify what those investigations entailed.
Nunes is the top Republican on the House committee handling the impeachment hearings—hearings where Parnas’s name has repeatedly come up.
Congressional records show Nunes traveled to Europe from Nov. 30 to Dec. 3, 2018. Three of his aides—Harvey, Scott Glabe, and George Pappas—traveled with him, per the records. U.S. government funds paid for the group’s four-day trip, which cost just over $63,000.
The travel came as Nunes, in his role on the House Intelligence Committee, was working to investigate the origins of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian election meddling.
The most interesting part besides the Nunes being assisted by Parnas is that Parnas's lawyer is the one who revealed this. I warned last week that Parnas would talk. Russian mafia when cornered, feeling betrayed, and want to cut a deal always talk and provide evidence
— Olga Lautman (@olgaNYC1211) November 21, 2019
$63,000? I guess I’m not getting a Christmas gift again this year. 🐮https://t.co/Qt4IYGm9J9
— Devin Nunes’ cow 🐮 (@DevinCow) November 21, 2019
Gordon Sondland wore a $55,000 watch for his impeachment testimony.
The median annual U.S. household income is $63,179.https://t.co/owItM09oD8
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 21, 2019
Devin Nunes thinks Trump is innocent and the fictional cow he's suing is guilty
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) November 20, 2019