Eric Swalwell’s relationship with Fang Fang, a suspected Chinese spy, should have seen him stripped of his security clearance and kicked off the House Intel Committee, according to military and intelligence experts.

“These are types of relationships that if I, a military member, had would be fired or possibly prosecuted. Reporting it to authorities would just mean the end of my career,” retired Navy Brig. Gen. Rob Spalding, who previously served as a defense attache to China and member of President Trump’s National Security Council, told the Washington Examiner. “If you’re gonna sit on the intel committee and you have these kinds of relationships, you should be off these committees. This
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