The rumors relating to alleged interference in our 2016 presidential election by Russian interests continue to draw attention from Congress and the press.
It is fact that not everyone involved with the search are on the same page.
Additionally, political overtones just make it even more challenging to get to the reality.
We could hardly expect the Russians, to catch the next plane over to Washington and dump all of the signs before the FBI and Congress, when they were included, either independently or in concert with people in America.
According to USA Today, Republican Congressman Trey Gowdy of the House Intelligence Committee has established himself as a super aggressive investigator. His focus is to research those from the US who have had any contact with the Russians. It’s also be necessary to prove that whatever interactions might have happened were unethical or illegal (or both).
It indicates they’ve got something to conceal.
However, FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Jeff Sessions have been subpoenaed to appear before the committee, and will undoubtedly be questioned by Trey Gowdy.
Additional information according to Newsweek is the committee had given the bureau and department before September 1 to offer the information. After the committee did not receive the information by the deadline, it reportedly extended that deadline to September 14.
Why not having sufficient of collaboration with a House committee that’s clearly within its rights to explore such matters?
We expect that we’ll find an answer to that question within the next few weeks.
And most likely, Trey Gowdy will have much to do with extracting any information to which the committee as well as the American people are eligible.