Congressman: intelligence services of the USA are no data on the contacts of the environment trump with Russia

The Chairman of the special Committee on intelligence of the house of representatives of the U.S. Congress, Devin Nunes


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American authorities do not have any information about what the leaders of the election campaign of the current President of the United States Donald trump maintained contacts with Russia. This was announced on Sunday by the Chairman of the special Committee on intelligence of the house of representatives of the U.S. Congress, Devin Nunes (Republican, California).

“As far as I know, our law enforcement agencies have no such information,” said which party trump an influential legislator, when asked to comment on the recent publication in the newspaper the New York Times. It was alleged that prominent members of the electoral headquarters of the trump repeatedly in contact with representatives of Russian intelligence.

Speaking in a live CBS television, nuñez also several times criticized the previous U.S. administration led by Barack Obama. He, in particular, referred to the “pettiness of Obama,” decided to require the group of Russian diplomats to leave the U.S. “immediately after Christmas”. However, when the host of the talk show began to ask Nunez further questions on this subject, the Congressman alleged that in respect of Russia in late December it was necessary to apply more stringent sanctions.

In turn, the chief of staff of the White house Raines, Probes in the same TV program called “complete garbage” referred to the publication in The New York Times and the material in the newspaper the Wall Street Journal, which said that American intelligence supposedly gives the Tramp some secret information, because he feared for their safety. In addition, Bribes categorically rejected the suggestion that the now former assistant to the President for national security Michael Flynn violated any American laws, when even before his appointment was mentioned in the December telephone conversation with the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergei Kislyak, the issue of sanctions. “There was nothing wrong to talk about sanctions. There was nothing wrong in talking about what the Obama administration introduced the (new) sanctions and expelled from the United States some people,” said Pribis.