Listen: President Trump, Senate Intelligence Committee And Russia discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"Oh, boy, let's get the news now with Marshall Senate intelligence committee's approaching the end of its two year investigation into Russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. After nearly two hundred interviews the committee has uncovered no direct evidence of conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia, I share this with you from the M S NBC news exclusive reporting on the Senate intelligence committee their investigation into Russian election interference. And what they have and have not uncovered NBC's KENDALL lenient has just jumped in front of the camera to join me with his new reporting. So Ken, what are you hearing? What are you learning Halley after two years and interviewing more than two hundred witnesses? The Senate intelligence committee has not uncovered any direct evidence of a conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia. That's according to sources on both the Republican and the democratic side of the aisle, Halley, careful viewers, and readers will note that Senator Richard Berg, chairman of the intelligence committee who leaves this probe. Essentially said that in an interview with another network last week, but what I've been doing since then is checking with my sources on the democratic side to understand the full context of his remarks because that was essentially a partisan comment from from one side, but this is a bipartisan investigation, and what I found is that the Democrats don't dispute that character is a there you go. They don't dispute the characterization that we've found no direct link. Right. Okay. Okay. Can we talk about something else? Russia's trying to mess with us all the time. That's the issue. Trump isn't the issue. President Trump is signaling. He plans to scrounge up money for his promised US Mexico border wall by rating federal coffers to deliver on his promise. The promise of his campaign. Trump appears to be grudgingly leaning toward accepting a deal that would head off a threatened second government shutdown but provide just a fraction of the five point seven billion. He wants for a wall the dams were offering more than that before the shutdown. That's notable notable such a great deal after all maybe I've negotiated like that before. Oh, yeah. One time. I I got a ticket for the ticket was one hundred and twenty dollars, and I fought it in court and got it raised a two hundred and fifty dollars. Those aren't implied costs the actually said, no, sir. You got to pay more. Now. Meanwhile, really annoying. Charlie brown. Charlie brown. Meanwhile, three. Three. Making three fifty. You're going to keep time. Mr green. Meanwhile, Senator Ted Cruz is reintroducing legislation that would take fourteen billion dollars an asset seizures from El Chapo and use them for the border wall. I like your style. Head to the accused Mexican drug Lord again found guilty on all counts in the drug conspiracy and money laundering trial cruises bringing back the measure. He calls the L chapel. It reserves any amounts for fed into the US government is a result of the prosecution along with other drug lords or border security assets. And the completion of the wall more than money normally go to if not for."