"I'm not part of that decision", Rep. Mike Conaway of Texas, who took over the committee's Russian Federation probe after Nunes was accused of running interference for the White House, told the outlet. "You've got to talk to Devin".
Additionally, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), the committee's ranking member, has openly clashed with Nunes for months.
Let us not forget our very own 21st Congressional District Representative Elise Stefanik is one of them.
Republican Congressman Tom Rooney also pleaded ignorance. "We have more than our share of difficulties", Schiff told CBS News, but he argued that erecting a literal wall in the committee's offices "would be a very destructive decision". "The level of trust and the level of everything down there is - it's poison". It's absolute poison down there", adding that bipartisanship "is gone.
A spokesman for Nunes did not immediately return a request for comment. The official declined to be identified because the committee's operations aren't public.
Controversy is nothing new for Nunes, who played a key role on the Trump transition team.
Their document is intended as a rebuttal to the original "Nunes memo", released last Friday, which suggested the Federal Bureau of Investigation had not properly informed the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court about the origins of the "Steele dossier" when it sought a warrant to spy a Trump associate.
Moreover, Democrats have argued that the Federal Bureau of Investigation did, in fact, give the court enough information about the origins of the Steele dossier, and that even if it didn't, it did not need to do so. Only later did it emerge that his source was actually someone he met with at the White House.