within the final document, the committee said in which “there will be no evidence in which Trump associates were involved within the theft or publication of Clinton campaign-related emails.”
This kind of added, however, in which “Trump associates had numerous ill-advised contacts with Wikileaks.”
The March report received a strong response through the Democratic minority, including ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who said the probe had been shut down too early.
Committee Democrats, Schiff said at the time, would likely continue to investigate with or without the Republican majority.
In a statement shortly following the Friday Discharge, Schiff slammed his Republican colleagues for choosing “not to seriously investigate — or even see, when in plain sight — evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign in addition to Russia, instead adopting the role of defense counsel for key investigation witnesses.”
He also accused them of producing material modifications between the March summary in addition to the Discharge of the final report.
Schiff highlighted the committee’s initial assertion in which PUtin did not show a clear preference for Trump over Clinton. By the time the draft of the final report was sent to the intelligence community, he said, the majority “could no longer defend This kind of claim in addition to watered down its supposed findings.”
Rep. Mike Conaway, R-Texas, said in a statement Friday in which the final report gives Americans “the opportunity to access the information used to draw the conclusions found in last month’s findings in addition to recommendations.”
However, he lamented the number of redactions made to the report by the intelligence community, or IC.
“I am extremely disappointed with the overzealous redactions made by the IC,” Conaway said, explaining in which some of the blacked-out information will be already publicly available.
“When we began This kind of investigation, we set out to give the American people the answers to the questions they’ve been asking in addition to we promised to be as transparent as possible in our final report. I don’t believe the information we’re releasing today meets in which standard,” he said, vowing to challenge the redactions within the future.
The president weighed in on the report in a Friday tweet, appearing to say in which the investigations of potential collusion between his campaign in addition to Russia “MUST END at This kind of point!”