House Intel Committee Clears Trump but Democrats Object

The Republicans who control the House Intel Committee are ending the Russia investigation.

The House Intel Committee has finally ended their investigation into the Russia collusion charge. There was never any evidence for the charge or any evidence that Russia had anything to offer the Trump administration that would be worth colluding for.

The real scandal is that the House Intel Committee ever opened an investigation in the first place. But of course the Democrats claim the investigation shoud have continued.

Bloomberg reports, “Republicans Are Ending House Russia Probe Over Democrats’ Objections.

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Republicans who control the House Intelligence Committee ended an investigation into the 2016 presidential election over intense objections from Democrats, saying they found no evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russian operatives.

The committee’s GOP leaders announced their decision on Monday, adding that they plan to release a report soon on their findings. The probe — originally intended to be bipartisan — is ending even though an inquiry by Special Counsel Robert Mueller remains underway and at least four people connected to the president’s campaign are facing criminal charges.

A draft summary of what the Republicans say will ultimately be a final report agrees with assessments by U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia conducted cyberattacks on American political institutions and sought to sow discord through social media, but not with their conclusion that the campaign was carried out to help Trump.

“After more than a year, the committee has finished its Russia investigation and will now work on completing our report,” the chairman, Devin Nunes of California, said in a statement. “Once the committee’s final report is issued, we hope our findings and recommendations will be useful for improving security and integrity for the 2018 midterm elections.”

Representative Adam Schiff of California, the panel’s top Democrat said Republicans on the committee have been under pressure to end the investigation and doing so now “represents yet another capitulation to the executive branch.”

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