White House press secretary Sean Spicer continued to push back against questions about House Intelligence Chair Devin Nunes during Wednesday's daily press briefing.
Reporters continued to probe Nunes' meeting with an unnamed source on White House grounds the day before he briefed President Donald Trump on his findings without first briefing members of his own committee.
Throughout the White House briefing Wednesday, Spicer questioned what he thought was an unfair amount of focus on where and how Nunes obtained his information, rather than its content.
CBS reporter Major Garrett asked Spicer whether he had any more details about how Nunes got his information.
"It's interesting that there seems to be this fascination with the process. It's...how did he get here, what door did he enter ... as opposed to what I think it should be," Spicer said, which is "what's the substance" of the intel.
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