Sen Feinstein Release of Fusion GPS Testimony Disgrace, Possibly Illegal
Jan 10 2018 by Desiree Burns
In particular, the document alleged that the Russian government had collected compromising information about Trump, which has been denounced by the U.S. president and called a forgery by Moscow.
In a midmorning tweet on Wednesday, President Trump called California Senator Dianne Feinstein "Sneaky Dianne" while condemning her over her release of a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing transcript.
Simpson's political intelligence firm commissioned a dossier into Trump's Russian Federation ties, and Republicans have used Simpson as a cudgel against the probe into the White House, saying that it helped spur the investigation and should be discredited.
Republicans were not pleased with Ms. Feinstein's actions, however, and accused her of undermining the committee's work.
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It is laughable that Trump would suggest that Dianne Feinstein, who is cautious to a fault would do anything sneaky, underhanded, or illegal. He then suggested that, given no collusion has yet been proven, the "Republicans should finally take control". "Must have tough Primary!", he wrote on Twitter. Things escalated last week, when Sens. And in deep blue, Democrat-dominated California, that's just the kind of image Feinstein wants to cultivate as she seeks to win yet another term this fall. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, recommended that the Justice Department pursue possible criminal prosecution against Steele over potential false statements made to federal authorities about distributing information from the document. Sheldon Whitehouse and Richard Blumenthal sent a letter to Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, who had argued the committee needed to temporarily protect certain information while an investigation was ongoing.