Five things to watch for during the Intel Committee hearing on Russia
FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Admiral Mike Rogers will appear at a hearing before the House Intelligence Committee on Monday to answer questions about Russian influence on the 2016 election. The hearing will be the most defined and focused moment during which the American public could get answers to scores of questions which, until now, have only been rumors, innuendo, leaked stories to the press, and sometimes baffling tweets. The questions surrounding Russia have now spun off in so many directions, there's even a legitimate question as to how thorough an investigation can be. That much was acknowledged by the committee's ranking Democrat, Adam Schiff, in a solo press conference on March 7. "Can we do a credible investigation of the whole range of allegations involving Russia and the U.S. elections?" Rep. Schiff, D-Calif., asked. "I would only say this: To be honest, we don't know yet. I can't say for certain whether that will be possible, I can only say it is very much in the national interest that we do so." It's a foregone conclusion that at the hearing, Comey will be asked if the Trump campaign was the target of a wiretap, and Comey will say no.
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