In a highly anticipated hearing, the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation of Russia’s election meddling makes its public debut with lawmakers set to press the directors of the FBI and the NSA about the Kremlin’s interference operation and potential ties with the Trump campaign, says CQ Roll Call’s intelligence reporter Ryan Lucas. Listen in for details.
- White House Rejects Intel Committee Wiretap Conclusions
- Senate Intel Leaders: No Wiretapping at Trump Tower
— Ryan Lucas (@relucasz) March 2, 2017
“In a highly unusual move,” British spy agency denies it helped Obama “wiretap” Trump during the 2016 election. https://t.co/wBq6EdDl01
— Mary Louise Kelly (@NPRKelly) March 17, 2017
PT In span of 2 days, GOP & Dem leaders of House and Senate intelligence committees have said no evidence to back Trump’s wiretap claims.
— Ryan Lucas (@relucasz) March 16, 2017
— Ryan Lucas (@relucasz) March 15, 2017