The white house denied the investigation against trump

Sean Spicer

The President of the United States Donald trump is not the object of any investigation. As reported Reuters, said on Wednesday, March 8, White house spokesman Sean Spicer.

“There is no reason to believe that the President is the subject of any investigation,” said Spicer.

March 8, first Deputy press Secretary of the White house Sarah Sanders has denied media reports that Donald trump was meeting with the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergei Kislyak in April 2016.

On 7 March it became known that on 20 March, the special Committee on intelligence of the house of representatives of the us Congress on 20 March will hold the first public hearing in connection with the investigation of alleged Russian interference in the elections of the President of the United States. Earlier, us lawmakers announced the initiation of an investigation into cyber attacks committed during the presidential election campaign against American political organizations, the responsibility for them lay US in Moscow.

January 6 was published declassified version of the report prepared by the CIA, FBI and NSA, in which he argued that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally ordered to organize a campaign in order to influence the political process in the United States and to discredit the presidential candidate of the Democrats, Hillary Clinton, to win Republican Donald trump.

Moscow consistently denies involvement in kianaraylenem.