Senate Select Committee on Intelligence just exposed Russia’s involvement in 2016 Trump campaign

1,000-page report from the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence itemizing a wide list of contacts between Russian intelligence agents and the 2016 Trump campaign. It referenced that Vladimir Putin by and by coordinated the weaponizing of hacked Democratic campaign emails. The Trump campaign got help from different Russian pass-throughs, most essentially Roger Stone.

Previous campaign chair Paul Manafort is regarded a grave counterintelligence danger because of rehashed contacts with Konstantin Kilimnik, uncovered as a Russian intelligence official. The report from a Republican-chaired committee announces that Trump lied in composed declaration to Bob Mueller about not recalling discussions with Stone about WikiLeaks. A month ago, Trump acquitted Stone for his conviction for misleading Congress.