Smack dab in the middle of Trump’s Russia bounty scandal, the Republican Senate has decided Americans don’t need to know if Putin offers reelection help.
It's all in how you say it.
One man's ceiling is another man's floor. Sen. Richard Burr and Sen. Mark Warner interpret their findings differently -- but then, one of them is a Republican.
CNN's Jake Tapper asked the Democratic senator if he believed Trump was acting like a Russian agent and Sen. Warner took a few minutes to go through some of the more troubling aspects of Trump's behavior.
We can all use a good laugh, right?
In the process, it appears they outed confidential sources too!
This contradicted the report from senators Warner and Burr that they could not meet with Steele.
Why are these Russian meetings so forgettable?
The announcement was issued by Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina, and Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia, saying they hoped the testimony would clarify recent events for the public.
Chairman Burr told reporters they will have nothing to do with the House Intelligence committee's investigation.
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