US Investigation: Russian Interference In 2016

We’re learning more about the aftermath of the wide-reaching Russia investigation that concluded last spring.

According to the Washington Post, Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee told the Justice Department last July they believed several people close to President Donald Trump, including his son Donald Trump Jr., son-in-law Jared Kushner and former adviser Steve Bannon, may have misled them during testimony in the investigation.

It’s not clear whether their suspicions led to any further inquiries, or any ongoing investigations.

This news comes after Senate Committee chairmen announced this month they had adopted a fifth and final report — yet to be released to the public — which they compiled on Russian interference in 2016.

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