House Intel committee infighting so fierce, wall could soon divide staff: Report

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House Intelligence committee staffers could soon find a physical wall built to separate Republicans from Democrats amid growing distrust over the panel’s Russian election meddling investigation, according to reports.

While office partitions are common across the Capitol, the House and Senate Intelligence committees traditionally deal with some of Washington’s most sensitive national security information and thus were know to try to operate above the partisan fray.—More…


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