While Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia election meddling and potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians looks like it is still has a lot more left to it, the House Intelligence Committee appears to have reached its end.
According to CNN’s Manu Raju, it is expected that the committee will announce they are done interviewing witnesses and will move on to delivering reports on the committee’s conclusions. As the committee has been filled with partisan bickering — marked recently by the release of separate Republican and Democratic memos on purported FISA abuses by the FBI and DOJ — it should come as no surprise that we will get two different conclusion reports.
“Republican conclusions, Democratic conclusions and no consensus about whether or not the Trump campaign worked with the Russians,” Raju reported. It is expected that the GOP will say there is no collusion while Democrats will say they need more subpoenas.
The CNN correspondent added that Republican committee member Mike Conaway, who took the lead in the probe after committee chair Devin Nunes recused himself last year, is expected to make the announcement today.
Meanwhile, the Senate Intelligence Committee’s investigation will continue and is not expected to end soon.
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