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Boris Epshteyn, the former White House press officer, doubted in the Russia investigation, new report says

Former White House press officer Boris Epshteyn has received a request for information, the inter-ference in the 2016 presidential election, ABC News reported the legislature as part of the congressional investigation in Russia alleged on Tuesday.

Epshteyn, a Republican political strategist who served as trump’s campaign Advisor and briefly worked in the White House press office, told ABC News that he received a long list of questions from the House Intelligence Committee.

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“Like many others, Mr. Epshteyn has a width, the preliminary request for information from the House Intelligence Committee”, Epshteyn legal counsel, said in a statement to Fox News. “This is a voluntary request. Mr. Epshteyn was not subpoenaed, nor do we expect that he will. We have reached out to the Committee with several follow-up questions and we will be waiting for your reply, to understand better, to provide what information he is looking for, and whether Mr. Epshteyn is able to appropriate.”

Epshteyn, 34, who served recently as a special assistant to the President in the amount of surrogate operations before leaving the role in March. The White house has a reason for his departure.

He then joined Sinclair Broadcasting as a political analyst.

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