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Senate Intelligence Panel Seeks Trump Campaign Documents

Senate Intelligence Panel Seeks Trump Campaign Documents

This marked the first time the Trump campaign organisation has been drawn into the bipartisan committee's investigation into Russian interference in the presidential election, it said.

"I said American voters would be outraged by any attempt to interfere in the election", Brennan said of the August 4 call.

"I know there was a sufficient basis of information and intelligence that required further investigation" by the FBI, he added.

The Russian officials felt confident they could use the two men to help shape Mr Trump's opinions on Russia. There's also a Department of Justice probe, now being overseen by special counsel and former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Robert Mueller.

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The spies who provided the recent details about the Russian discussions were granted anonymity by the New York Times, but top officials have spoken broadly about the investigation previously.

The House Intelligence Committee will subpoena former national security adviser to US President Donald Trump Michael Flynn, in its investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 elections.

Coats told senators at a Senate hearing that it would be inappropriate to discuss private conversations he'd had with the president. A spokesman for Rep. Adam Schiff, the committee's ranking Democrat, declined to comment. But its Senate counterpart sent a letter to Page late last month asking him to provide extensive information about any contact he had with Russian officials or representatives of Russian business interests between June 2015-January 2017.

But NBC noted that Kushner was not considered to be in the same category as either former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort or sacked national security advisor Michael Flynn, who are considered "subjects" of the probe.

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In a letter to the Senate committee on Monday, Flynn invoked his Fifth Amendment protection from self-incrimination in deflecting the panel's subpoena for a wide array of documents and information related to his contacts with Russians.

"If in fact there is not a response, we will seek additional counsel advice on how to proceed forward. At the end of that option is a contempt charge, and I've said that everything is on the table", Burr said. Everything but immunity, he added. The FBI reportedly is investigating Page's trips to Moscow and contact with at least one Russian official past year. One of my colleagues said there is more than circumstantial evidence of collusion between the Russians and the Trump campaign.

In late July of a year ago there was so much concern that he convened a group of officials from the CIA, FBI and National Security Agency to focus on it exclusively.

Brennan was so anxious about the Russian interference, through hackers and those involved in the distribution of the stolen data, that he called the head of Russia's Federal Security Service, or FSB, Alexander Bortnikov, to warn him that the meddling could harm ties.

(NBA) LeBron surpasses Jordan as all-time playoff scoring leader
Clearly, James is one of the best passers that the game has ever seen, and his numbers and the way he plays the game reflect that. LeBron James called the Warriors a "juggernaut", and Green said "there's always a mutual respect". "They can not .

Subsequently, reports emerged that Trump in several conversations with Comey had asked for his personal loyalty, which Comey declined to offer.

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