Congress has asked the White house recorded conversations trump and Komi

Congress has asked the White house recorded conversations trump and Komi

WASHINGTON, June 9 — RIA Novosti. Committee on intelligence of the house of representatives of the U.S. Congress asked the White house recorded conversations of President Donald trump with the ex-FBI Director James Comey.

As noted in the statement of the Committee sent the request to the legal counsel of the White house don Makhanu to grant until June 23, “audio recording, or notes,” conversations that were trump and Komi Republic.

By trump on Friday on the issue of availability of audio recordings said that “maybe you will soon find out about it.”

A similar request was made and Komi Republic. Also, sent a request to Professor Daniel Richman, who the former head of the FBI anonymously handed to the press the content of their conversations with the President.

Trump fired Komi Republic in early may, accused of inefficiencies.

The situation around the communication of Komi and trump has attracted the attention of Congress in connection with the suspicion that the President asked the head of the FBI to stop investigating alleged links environment trump with Russia. The investigation of these relations is part of the investigation about the so-called “interference” of Russia in elections in the United States.

At the end of December the administration of President Barack Obama imposed sanctions against nine Russian institutions, companies and individuals, including against the GRU and the FSB, for “meddling in the election” and “the pressure on us diplomats” working in Russia. The FBI and Congress are conducting investigations into the matter. No evidence of Russia’s involvement in hacking attacks with the aim of influencing the result of the presidential election, the U.S. government never filed.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking about these accusations, declared that in the published data there is nothing in the interests of Russia, and hysteria-mongering to distract from their content. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov called allegations against Moscow “completely unfounded”. According to him, such statements based on nothing, no facts were not given.