President Donald Trump asked top intelligence officials Daniel Coats and Adm. Michael S. Rogers to publicly deny there was any evidence of possible collusion between Russia and Trump's campaign in the.. Newsmax
As the US presses on with an independent investigation into Russia's influence on last year's presidential election, officials have detailed widespread exchanges between Russia and Donald Trump's staff.. SBS
The Washington Post's Adam Entous explains how President Trump asked two top ranking intelligence officials to publicly deny any connection between his campaign and Russia. Source: The Washington Post - Affiliate -
On Monday morning, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley said the special counsel investigation into matters involving Russia and the 2016 election is “absolutely” necessary.
In a move that surprised many,.. Source: Geo Beats -
Just days before Donald Trump's swearing in as American president, a news report has revealed the remarkable breadth of a joint investigation by no less than six US intelligence agencies of claims.. Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times