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House Intel Committee Announces End of Interviews; Top Republican Says No Evidence of Collusion

Mediaite Monday, 12 March 2018
House Intel Committee Announces End of Interviews; Top Republican Says No Evidence of CollusionThe House Intelligence Committee has reached a verdict that there was no collusion between Donald Trump's campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 election.
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News video: House Republicans End Probe, Claim No Trump-Russia Collusion

▶ House Republicans End Probe, Claim No Trump-Russia Collusion 01:01

Republicans on the House intelligence committee say they will end their more than yearlong investigation into Russian election interference.

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