The Senate Intelligence Committee's Report on Russian Interference
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THE QUICK FACTS
- The bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee released its final report on Russian election interference on Tuesday, August 18th.
- The document, which approaches 1,000 pages, was based on interviews with 200 witnesses and an examination of more than 1 million documents.
- Much of the report focuses on Paul Manafort's relationship with Russian intelligence officer, Konstantin Kilimnik. The report states, "Manafort’s high level access and willingness to share ...