Senate Judiciary Committee is expanding its Russia probe to two new Trump campaign aides

Senators Grassley and Feinstein are joined together in their search for more information from the Trump administration. It may sound like the two are bipartisan, but that is not really what is going on here. Each of these Senators has a different fish to fry, it just happens that they can ask together. The one common denominator is about what were the Russians doing to whom and when did it happen. One Senator is interested in what went on with Hillary Clinton and Uranium One. The other Senator is after Russian collusion of any kind. Read on to sort out which is which. Wink, Wink.

As Written and Reported By Kelly Cohen for the Washington Examiner:

The Senate Judiciary Committee is expanding its Russia probe to two new Trump campaign aides.

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In a letter sent Tuesday and made public Thursday, Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking member Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., asked the lawyer for President Trump’s re-election campaign committee to turn over communications to John Masburn and Rick Dearborn.

Mashburn is the deputy White House Cabinet secretary and served as a policy director for the Trump campaign. Dearborn recently left the White House after serving as deputy chief of staff for legislative, intergovernmental affairs and implementation. Before that, he worked as the executive director of Trump’s transition team.

The lawmakers say the request comes following “a recent committee interview.”

The request is for “responsive emails, or at least ensuring that adequate searches have been conducted that would cover these communications, is necessary for its investigative work.”

Search terms used for other document requests should be applied to Mashburn and Dearborn, Grassley and Feinstein wrote.

According to the two senators, the Trump campaign has provided more than 28,000 pages of documents, as well as letters ……

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Chuck Grassley, Dianne Feinstein expand Russia probe to two new Trump campaign aides

 

 

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