US Senate Intel Committee probe: NO EVIDENCE of alleged Trump-Russian collusion

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The US Senate Intelligence Committee has found no direct evidence of a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 US presidential election, NBC News reported on Tuesday. The bipartisan committee, which is nearing the end of its investigation, has found no proof that US President Donald Trump formed a corrupt pact with Russia to offer sanctions relief or other favorable treatment in return for Russian help during the election, NBC News reported citing Democrats and Republics on the committee. While the Intelligence Committee did not find any direct evidence of the alleged conspiracy between the US president and Russia, Democrats say the series of contacts between Trump’s associates, including his children, and various Russians suggest a campaign willing to accept help from a foreign adversary, the report said. According to the report, Trump and his associates had more than 100 contacts with Russians before the January 2017 presidential inauguration. Democratic…

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