'Any intelligence report detailing communications between Trump transition officials and foreign agents would be classified. But instead of bringing whatever information he has to the attention of the intelligence community, Nunes addressed reporters and then headed straight to the White House to inform the target of an ongoing FBI investigation. A journalist at the press briefing asked him why that doesn’t constitute obstruction of justice. He was also evasive about where the alleged surveillance occurred, who it targeted, and what form it took. After talking to the president, Nunes again faced the media and contradicted himself about what his evidence means, saying in the same breath that it both supports and refutes Trump’s wiretap allegations.'