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Trump chides Feinstein, urges GOP to control Russian Federation probes

Trump chides Feinstein, urges GOP to control Russian Federation probes

Republicans have argued that the tangled history of Fusion GPS's research - it was first backed by anti-Trump Republicans and then by Democrats during the 2016 race - raised doubts about the credibility of investigations into whether any of Trump's aides assisted Russia's efforts to meddle in the election. Dianne Feinstein, the ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, on Wednesday. "Must have tough Primary!", President Trump wrote on Twitter.

The 312-page transcript released by Feinstein includes the words uttered by Simpson during his August interview, which was part of the Senate Judiciary Committee's investigation into alleged Russian meddling.

Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) made some waves in Washington by releasing the transcript of a Senate Judiciary Committee interview with Glenn Simpson - one of the founders of Fusion GPS, the Washington firm which published the infamous Trump dossier.

As she runs for her fifth full term, Feinstein is facing a challenge from the left as some liberals question whether the long-serving senator is too moderate for California.

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It was unclear what Trump meant by saying that Republicans should take control.

That stated, the California Democrat's release of the Simpson interviews caught Republicans unexpectedly and offered explosive new particulars that each parties will look to make use of their benefit within the myriad of investigations happening on Capitol Hill surrounding the Trump campaign, Russia, the FBI, and the Department of Justice.

The lengthy transcript was released over the objections of Republicans, who have been sharply critical of Simpson's firm, Fusion GPS.

Donald Trump has lashed out at "sneaky" Sen.

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Steele briefed an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent in July 2016. "The American people deserve the opportunity to see what he said and judge for themselves", Feinstein, the top Democrat on the committee, said in a statement.

In a separate Tweet, Trump referred to the Russian Federation investigation as the "single greatest Witch Hunt in American history".

"It's totally confounding that Senator Feinstein would unilaterally release a transcript of a witness interview in the middle of an ongoing investigation - a witness that Feinstein herself subpoenaed previous year for lack of cooperation", Grassley's press secretary said in a statement. Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation is continuing, and his probe so far has resulted in charges against four of Trump's campaign advisers.

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