A Senate panel investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election released Tuesday a written summary of its determination that the US intelligence community correctly concluded Moscow sought to help Donald Trump win.
The Senate panel released a summary Tuesday of its examination of the intelligence community's January 2017 assessment, which laid out the case of Russia's election meddling and concluded that Putin was trying to help Trump win. Russia's goals were to undermine public faith in the USA democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency.
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"Russian efforts were wide-ranging and sophisticated, and their goal was to undermine the faith of society in the democratic process, to damage Hillary Clinton and help to Donald Trump", said Warner.
But the Senate Committee, chaired by Republican Richard Burr, brushed aside the Russian denials and said that it fully endorsed the intelligence agencies' investigation.
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In its report, the committee said it had conducted numerous interviews with senior intelligence officials and reviewed the analytic procedures that informed the ICA, which was commissioned by former President Barack Obama in late 2016. Trump tweeted on Thursday.
Earlier this year, Republicans on the House intelligence committee concluded there was no collusion or coordination between Trump's presidential campaign and Russian Federation.
The committee also declared the ICA was not itself influenced by politics.
The assessment, announced in an unclassified summary released Tuesday, represents a direct repudiation of the committee's counterpart in the House - and of President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump: Democratic voters will support Republicans because of ICE criticism Coney Barrett, Kavanaugh among candidates who met with Trump: report Trump administration recommends against allowing China Mobile access to USA market MORE himself, who has consistently rejected assertions that Moscow sought to bolster his candidacy through its election interference.
The Senate's report said none of the analysts contributing to it provided any indication their findings resulted from political or other demands, saying it "heard consistently that analysts were under no politically motivated pressure to reach any conclusions". Democrats rejected its March report on Russia's activities. Trump himself has said repeatedly that he has no ties with Moscow.
Russian interference in the 2016 election was created to cause Democrat Hillary Clinton (above) to lose. It stated that further details have come to light that "bolster" the ICA's conclusions and that "all individuals the Committee interviewed verified that the [Steele] dossier did not in any way inform the analysis in the ICA".