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Senators Burr + Warner Hold News Conference Russia Probe | VIDEO 10 04 17

'Issue of collusion' with Russia still open, Senate intel chief says


The top two members of the Senate Intelligence Committee gave a detailed update on the panel's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election today, saying that the "issue of collusion" with Russia remains open.

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., the chairman of the committee, went through a number of issues that the investigators have looked into and the breadth of their search.

Burr said the "general consensus" of those involved with the Russian investigation, they "trust the conclusions" of the Intelligence Community Assessment (ICA). The assessment concluded that Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a campaign to undermine the U.S. election and favor then-candidate Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.

Burr said that the committee believes "the Russian intelligence service is determined, clever," and something that campaigns should be wary of in any future elections.

Regarding possible collusion, Burr said, "We continue to investigate both intelligence and witnesses."




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Comment by Robert Colescott on October 4, 2017 at 2:02pm

Liars.  All of them.  They have no proof Russia interfered with the elections or they would have made a determination months ago.  What good does asking the same folks in the intel community who made bogus assertions do?  Nothing.  And they are some of the biggest hypocrites on the planet.  The US actively interfere in elections all over the place.  And if that doesn't work we use military options.  What these two clowns highlight is just how exceptional the US really is.  Exceptionally corrupt.  Exceptionally untruthful.  

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