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Senate report details Russia?s efforts to meddle in 2016, ties to Trump associates


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SOURCE: https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/senate-report-details-russias-efforts-meddle-2016-ties/story?id=72444405
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Summary

The nearly-1,000 page report from the Senate Intelligence Committee, its fifth and final examination of a years-long effort to probe Russian meddling in 2016, describes several episodes in which Trump and members of his campaign were keen to accept Russia’s help -- and in some instances goes further than even former special counsel Robert Mueller in detailing ties between the campaign and Russian individuals. However, like Mueller’s report released last year, the Senate committee does not allege any criminal conspiracy between Trump or members of his campaign and Russia. An index authored by Democrats on the committee argued the report "unambiguously shows that members of the Trump Campaign cooperated with Russian efforts to get Trump elected." The committee’s Republicans, on the other hand, said in a separate statement that "after more than three years of investigation by this Committee, we can now say with no doubt, there was no collusion" between the Trump campaign and Russia.

As said here by Alexander Mallin, Matthew Mosk, Allison Pecorin