Bipartisan Senate report says 2017 intel assessment about Russian interference and Trump was accurate

Senate Intelligence Committee’s bipartisan investigation reveals shocking truths about Russian interference in the U.S. elections. A 2007 January investigation conducted by the U.S. intelligence, revealed instances of Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election of 2016. The 2017 evidence has now been validated by the bipartisan Senate investigation. 

In fact, spy agencies such as the CIA, during the Obama administration’s last few weeks, had also unearthed a similar story. Their 2017 public report described a covert operation conducted by Russia in order to undermine American democracy.

According to Chairman Richard Burr, the Senate Committee has unearthed no definite reasons to dispute the conclusions drawn by the Intelligence Community.

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