Fox: the U.S. government found no evidence of alleged collusion trump with Russia


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United States authorities still have not found a single piece of evidence that President Donald trump could enter into an agreement with the representatives of Russia, accused Washington of meddling in American elections. This is with reference to a source in the Congress said on Thursday the broadcaster Fox News.

According to her, the investigation into the alleged ties between trump and the Russian Federation are already at least five committees in both houses of Congress and three Federal agencies. “The main problem is that after months and months of multiple investigations never found any evidence of collusion,” the channel quoted its source.

In this regard, he said, Democrats are instead trying just as hard to continue to look for evidence of alleged collusion between trump and Moscow, switched their attention to the search of evidence that the American leader could hinder the investigation in Russia. “And since it’s likely also not crowned a success for them, obviously they will be ready to make any new accusations” against the Republican trump, the source said. “Tighten those investigations as long as possible is in the political interests of the Democrats,” he said.

A trial about alleged attempts to interfere in the election campaign of 2016, and claims about trump’s relationships with Russia are American authorities, and special committees on intelligence of the Senate and house of representatives of the Congress of the United States. Trump and his key aides have repeatedly pointed to the groundlessness of the suspicion of any improper contacts with Russian officials during the election campaign. Moscow many times rejected accusations of trying to influence the presidential elections in the United States.