Trump advertises House Intel findings, “no evidence of collusion” between the campaign, Russia

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House Republicans found no evidence of Russia-Trump agreement

The house Intel Committee of Russia’s investigation, the States concluded that it had found no evidence of consultation either by the campaign. The former trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, shares his thoughts about ” The story.’

President Donald Trump trumpeted the house Intelligence Committee report that there was “no evidence of collusion, the coordination or conspiracy between the Trump campaign, and the Russians” in an all-caps Twitter post Monday evening.

“THE HOUSE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE, AFTER A 14-month INVESTIGATION, FOUND NO EVIDENCE of COLLUSION and COORDINATION BETWEEN THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AND RUSSIA TO INFLUENCE THE 2016 presidential elections,” wrote Trump, repetition of the main results from the panel 150-page draft of the report.


— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 13, 2018

“We have no evidence of collusion and I do not believe that [special counsel Robert Müller], either,” Texas Republican Rep. Mike Conaway, who led the bipartisan investigation, said on “Special Report”.

“We have no evidence of collusion, coordination or conspiracy between the Trump campaign, and the Russians.”

– House Intelligence Committee, The Majority Of Employees

The top Democrat on the Committee, California Rep. Adam Schiff, responded to Trump with tweets not to say that the panel to stand up to the Republicans “the courage to be a President of their own party, if the national interest requires it.”

This was not the finding of the House Intelligence Committee, Mr. President, but only a statement by his GOP members, who have not had the courage to stand up to a President from their own party, if the national interest requires it.

— Adam Schiff (@RepAdamSchiff) March 13, 2018

The investigation of the Committee was based on four topics: Russian active measures against the 2016 US elections, the US government as a response to the attack, relations between the Russians and the trump card and Clinton campaigns, and alleged leaks of classified information.

“We believe we have the necessary information to answer this for the American people,” Conaway.

The report also notes that, based on its investigation, which lasted more than a year, the Committee is not in agreement with the intelligence community’s assessment that Russian President Vladimir Putin had a “will-setting”, and then-candidate Donald Trump.

Rep. Mike Conaway, right, with Rep. Adam Schiff.

(AP, file)

“We do not agree with the intelligence of the community is of the opinion that Putin favored Trump,” Conaway told Fox News. He said he had “no contact” with the White house during the trial.

The majority of the employees on the Committee is expected to send the draft report to the minority staff on Tuesday. As soon as the report said design is adopted by the Committee Democrats, the report will be presented to give the intelligence community for a repeal of the secrecy level, and after this process, it is released to the public, officials, but the timeline at this point is unknown.

“The report is complete, it means the closure of a Chapter in the Committee of the robust oversight of the threat posed by Moscow—which began before the investigation, and is also said to that,” Conaway.

The ship, however, fought back. “While Most of the members have indicated to our Committee, for some time, that they were under a lot of pressure to the end of the study, it is yet another tragic milestone for this Congress and represents yet another capitulation to the Executive. By the end of his Supervisory function, in the only authorized examination in the house, the majority has the interests of the protection of the President on the protection of the country, and history will judge his actions perch,” the democratic member said.

The draft of the report included 40 other results, including how the Russians will social media be used to “sow discord” in 2015 and 2016, a “Shine-free”-choice-a response to the Russian measures, such as “anti-Trump-research” the way of Russian sources, the Clinton campaign, and “problematic contacts between the senior Intelligence Community officials and the media.”

The report included to improve more than 25 recommendations for Congress and the Executive branch, electoral security, the U.S. government’s response to cyber-attacks, campaign Finance transparency, and counterintelligence practices in connection with political campaigns, and unauthorized disclosure.

“Campaign Finance information should healthy a little more,” Conaway said on “Special Report” in reference to the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, the submission of payments for the “opposition research” to the anti-Trump dossier to regulatory Affairs.

The recommendations contained in the report for dealing with leaks are serious, according to Conaway.

“Leaks of classified information are criminals,” he said. “Leaks can be killed people.”

A Committee source told Fox News that the “investigation” part of the sample was complete, which means the Committee would interview with a witness as part of their efforts

“I’m not sure that [Committee Democrats] will bring the interview phase said to end,” Conaway on Fox News. “I’m sure you have certain people that wanted to interview you.”

Conaway said that the Republicans wanted to be on the Committee, an interview with the former trump-campaign-Chairman Paul Manafort, said the ship “wanted to stop us.” Once Manafort was Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, which decided the Committee was not charged to call him for an interview.

Conaway is not “also said that he expected” that followed the contempt proceedings against former trump campaign manager, Steve Bannon or other witnesses who do not respond positively to the Committee the survey.

Conaway took over the probe in the case of house-Intelligence-Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., joined in April 2017, after he was accused of “unauthorized disclosure of classified information, in violation of house rules, law or other norms of behavior,” says the house ethics Committee to investigate the allegations. Nunes supporters at the time, said it was a “clever political trick” by Democrats.

“After more than a year, the Committee has completed its Russia study and work to completion is now to our report,” Nunes said in a statement Monday. “I thank members Trey Gowdy, Tom Rooney, and Mike Conaway for the excellent work you have done, this examination. I would also recognize the hard work of our other Committee members as well as our employees. Once the Committee issued the final report, we hope that our findings and recommendations, which will be useful for the improvement of safety and integrity for the 2018 midterm elections.”

“As our investigation began, what happened in the run-up to the elections in 2016, our primary goal was timely recommendations for Congress, the Executive, and for the member States to improve election security in the run-up to the election in 2018. The clock is ticking,” Committee member Tom Rooney, R-Fla., said. “We are now nine months, and the threat of Russian interference has not subsided. Make no mistake: this is a close to a Chapter in the threat from Moscow – not started, before the investigation ended, but our work, and this Committee will continue the supervision of Russian threats to the United States.”

Republicans on the Committee, though, have expanded Biden their investigation of the trump dossier, in search of answers from Obama administration officials, including a former staffer for Vice President Joe. Nunes sent out a questionnaire to the former Biden staffer, whose husband worked for the Fusion of GPS, the company behind the dossier, in search of answers, if the administration was aware of the dossier.

Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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