In their investigation into Russian inference during the 2016 presidential election, Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee have reached the conclusion there is “no evidence” of collusion between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and the Russian government, CNN’s Manu Raju reports.
The GOP leaders also “contend that evidence does not support” the assessment by the U.S. intelligence community that Russia—at the urging of Vladimir Putin—tried to help Trump defeat Hillary Clinton.
BIGGEST TAKEAWAY: The House Intelligence Committee report DISSENTS from the FBI/CIA/NSA assessment that Russia want… https://t.co/VigthcHVOc— Kyle Cheney (@Kyle Cheney) 1520892907.0
House Intelligence Committee Republicans on Monday announced they’ve concluded the interview portion of their Russia investigation and are moving to conclude the probe.
NEWS: GOP on House Intel reach conclusion: No evidence of collusion between Trump camp and Russia. GOP draft report… https://t.co/fw2eG4lUvk— Manu Raju (@Manu Raju) 1520892042.0
Also: House GOP does NOT plan to hold Bannon in contempt; and Conaway defends lack of subpoenas to Trump associates… https://t.co/viK6yvXT2R— Manu Raju (@Manu Raju) 1520893564.0