Russian Intel To Be Spotlighted By Senate Intelligence Committee

Wochit Headline News - Saturday, 14 January 2017
The Senate Select Committee on Intelligence said it will conduct a bipartisan inquiry into possible Russian intelligence agencies' involvement in the U.S. election. The probe's scope includes interviewing officials in the Obama and Trump administrations. Committee chairman Sen. Richard Burr and vice chairman Sen. Mark Warner said in a statement, "We believe that it is critical to have a full understanding of the scope of Russian intelligence activities impacting the United States.

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