What is written in the final report of the US Senate on Russiagate of 2016

What is written in the final report of the US Senate on Russiagate of 2016

The document summarizes three years of investigation and contains over 200 testimonies and the review of a thousand documents. There is evidence of many meetings between members of Trump's electoral committee and influential people close to the Kremlin

(photo: Kremlin Press Office / Handout / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images) ": This is the conclusion reached by the Intelligence Commission of the American Senate in its latest report concerning the relations between Donald Trump's election campaign officials and some Kremlin representatives, as part of the investigation into Russiagate. A thousand-page document in which more than three years of investigations are collected that confirm that Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is real and not "a useless witch hunt", as has been repeatedly defined by the president and his allies in an attempt to discredit the validity of investigations and verifications into the affair.

The New York Times called the report "one of the largest Congressional investigations in recent US history," a bipartisan work (the Senate has a Republican majority) which expands and deepens what emerged also in the 2019 investigations conducted by the special prosecutor and former head of the FBI, Robert Mueller. In both cases, however, there is no explicit condemnation by Trump's electoral committee for conspiring with a foreign power in an attempt to interfere with the elections, but only the presence of well-established relations with Russia. .

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