The U.S. House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence informed that it has completed the investigation of Russia’s possible involvement in the presidential elections in 2016, as it is stated in the declassified version of its report, as The New York Times reported.
According to the document, the Committee concluded that no evidence of Trump’s conspired with the Kremlin was found.
The report says that Russia has expressed aggression towards the U.S. within the information field multiple times. The cyber-attacks and social networks were used to incite the hostility.
The news agency supposes that the Democrats will probably criticize the Committee’s conclusions. The Democrats blame the Republicans for the early termination of the investigation and for a failure to demonstrate a necessary objectivity so that Trump is protected.
The key findings were made public earlier in March, but the entire report was expanded and comprises the information on cyber and elections security, recommendations to conduct a mandatory polygraph test for the individuals, who have access to the confidential data.
This investigation is only one of several existing. The Ministry of Justice and the Senate Intelligence Committee continue conducting its own investigation.
Earlier, the U.S. Democratic Party sued Russia’s Government, Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters and WikiLeaks organization on the hackers attack’s case to assist the U.S. acting President to win the elections in 2016.