Everything you need to know about House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes

A look at the man leading the House Intelligence Committee.

Here a look at the man leading the House Intelligence Committee:

Age: 43 (Born Oct. 1, 1973)

Family: Nunes and his wife, Elizabeth, have three daughters -- Margaret, Evelyn and Julia. He and his family live in Tulare, California.

Education: Nunes holds a bachelor’s degree in agricultural business and a master’s degree in agriculture from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

Life before Congress: Born and raised in California, Nunes worked on his family’s farm and raised cattle as a teen.

Before running for Congress, Nunes was appointed the California state director for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development section by President George W. Bush in 2001.

What he does now:

Nunes currently represents California’s 22nd congressional district, which includes part of Tulare and Fresno counties.

First elected in 2002, Nunes has been serving in the House of Representatives for over 14 years.

Besides chairing the House Intelligence Committee, he also sits on the Committee on Ways and Means.

Chairing the House Intelligence Committee:

As one of the “Gang of Eight,” Nunes is privy to top secret intelligence reports and classified information.

The committee announced on Jan. 25 that it would launch a bipartisan investigation into Russia’s cyberattacks against the U.S., any intelligence regarding links between the Russian government and campaign individuals, and any possible leaks of classified information.

His relationship with Trump:

During the 2016 primaries, Nunes withheld his endorsement of any particular candidate because he said as House Intelligence Committee chair, he wanted to remain neutral and brief all the candidates.

Nunes has been largely supportive of Trump.