Fox: The Transcripts Of The House Intelligence Committee Has No Evidence Of Collusion Trump With Russia
According to Fox News, the recordings may raise questions to the Committee's Chairman, Adam Schiff, who previously stated that there was "direct evidence."
Law enforcement and intelligence agencies of the United States did not find in the transcripts of the House Intelligence Committee of representatives evidence of collusion of President Donald Trump with Russia during the 2016 elections in the United States. This was reported by Fox News on Thursday, citing sources in the US administration.
At the same time, as the broadcaster notes, the recordings may raise questions for the Committee's Chairman, Adam Schiff, who previously stated that there was "direct evidence" of such a secret arrangement.
The intelligence opinion is in line with the findings of US special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, who spent almost two years investigating alleged Russian interference in the election, that there was no such collusion.
Trump has repeatedly denied suspicions of any improper contacts with Russian officials during the election campaign. Moscow has also repeatedly rejected conclusions about attempts to influence the course of the US election.
The day before, the newspaper Politico informed about the plans of the House Intelligence Committee to publish 53 transcripts of testimony relating to the alleged Russian interference in the presidential election. The documents are related to the investigation of Republicans who led the Committee until 2019.