White House denies trying to silence evidence of Russia ties

White House denies trying to silence evidence of Russia ties

The North Carolina Republican has signed on as a co-sponsor of a proposal by Congressmen Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, and Eric Swalwell, D-California, which seeks to establish an independent commission to probe controversies relating to the election.

At one point yesterday afternoon, in a Capitol Hill hallway, a reporter asked House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) if he's prepared to recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation the Republican congressman compromised. They made a point of putting themselves at arm's length from the House investigation marked by partisanship and disputes.

"All this does is cast a very dark cloud over an investigation that, by all accounts - Republican or Democrat - has ground to a halt over on the House side", he concluded.

A representative for Rep. Mike Quigley, a Democrat from IL on the committee, echoed Swalwell, saying "neither of those claims are accurate".

Continuing his defense, Kingston said, "What I don't like is the left always runs and clutches, 'Oh I'm a woman, don't say anything bad about me.' Or, 'I belong to a certain race.' It seems like it's always that card that's played". "We're partners to see that this is completed and that we have a product at the end of the day that we can, in bipartisanship, support".

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Pence repeated the false information when asked about the situation in January, prompting Yates to inform the White House that Flynn may have misled Pence and other senior officials about his communications with Kislyak. He declined to share the documents with his fellow committee members - even Republicans - and it later emerged he didn't even have them in his possession. Mark Warner on the Senate intel committee Russian Federation probe: "We're gonna get it right" https://t.co/unNRqnks5q - CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) March 29, 2017 Burr described the review as, "challenging to say the least", as both men made clear this was turning out to be maybe their most important duty - ever - in the Congress. Five have been scheduled, and the remaining 15 are likely to be scheduled within the next 10 days. He also said that the committee would only interview Mr Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner when they knew the "scope of what is needed". House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., rejected demands that Nunes recuse himself.

Flynn's ties to Russian Federation have been scrutinized by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

"What I think should happen right now is that the Senate is going to lead this discussion, this investigation on the Russian meddling into the election", Dent said on CNN.

Spicer said the White House does not control the process by which the committee investigates the president's and his associates' ties to Russian Federation.

Comey was asked to respond to tweets Trump had sent to his followers accusing President Barack Obama of having him wiretapped. The spokesperson added, "The chairman is extremely concerned about the improper masking of names of USA citizens". "Ms. Trump's increasing, albeit unspecified, White House role, her potential conflicts of interest and her commitment to voluntarily comply with relevant ethics and conflicts of interest laws have resulted in substantial confusion", the letter continued, requesting answers to a series of questions by April 13.