U.S. intelligence has notified the House Committee that 53 transcripts of evidence are ready for publication. According to Fox News, the documents do not show evidence of Trump’s collusion with Moscow during the 2016 election campaign.
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The U.S. Intelligence Committee is preparing to unveil 53 transcripts of evidence about Russia’s potential interference in the 2016 presidential election. It is reported by Politico.
The fact that the documents are ready for publication, the head of the committee Adam Schiff notified and. about. National Intelligence Director Richard Grenell. According to the committee’s spokesman, the Grenella apparatus completed the analysis of transcripts for secrecy, and the White House “after more than a year of unjustified delay” agreed to make them public.
“All transcripts with our mandatory changes can be published without any concern about the disclosure of classified materials,” Fox News quotes an excerpt from a Grenell letter sent on May 4.
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The channel, citing senior officials from the administration and the intelligence community, reports that the transcripts prepared for publication say that U.S. intelligence and law enforcement officials did not have any evidence of Donald Trump’s collusion with Russia during the 2016 election campaign. The same conclusion was reached by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, whose report was released last year. Moreover, the document claimed that Russia was still trying to intervene in the elections. Moscow denies both.