The chairman of the House Permanent Committee on Intelligence told reporters that he has yet to see evidence of contacts between President Donald Trump’s campaign and individuals in the Russian government
“As of right now, we have no evidence, but we will continue to ask for evidence and look for evidence,” said Rep. Devin Nunes (R.-Calif.), who called the press conference to deal with a number of issues, including a New York Times report that the members of the Trump campaign were in contact with Russian intelligence and that he was pressured by the White House to call reporters to knock down the Times story. ”
Q: Do you support a special prosecutor on Russia?
Trump: “I haven’t called Russia in 10 years.” pic.twitter.com/wJGTUHzBaq
— Bradd Jaffy (@BraddJaffy) February 27, 2017