Today, on January 15, documents related to the investigation of alleged collusion between members of the U.S. President Donald Trump's administration and Russia regarding the U.S. presidential election will be declassified. This was reported by Fox News, citing a source from U.S. Senate.
According to Chief White House Correspondent John Roberts, the declassified documents will include various depositions, transcripts, and interviews.
The "Russiagate" probe is dated back to 2016, when the Senate Intelligence Committee published a report on Russian interference in the 2016 election.
In turn, Trump and his allies have referred to the investigation itself as a "hoax", which was meant to undermine his presidency.
As we reported earlier, Trump became the first U.S. president ever to be impeached twice.
"Lawmakers supporting impeachment say Trump was responsible for inciting a mob of supporters that stormed the Capitol Building last week. The resolution to impeach passed by 232 to 197. Ten Republicans joined 222 Democrats in voting for impeachment," reads the message.