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Trump suggested rebutting collusion

Trump suggested rebutting

WHAT WE’VE GATHERED FROM OUR SOURCES IS REALLY WHAT TWO INTELLIGENCE CHIEFS SAID TO ROBERT MUELLER’S TEAM AND MEMBERS OF THE SENATE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE IN SEPARATE MEETINGS LAST WEEK.

MULTIPLE SOURCES ARE TELLING ME AND COLLEAGUES EVAN PEREZ AND MANU RAJU THAT THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE.

DAN COATS, AND NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY DIRECTOR, ADMIRAL MIKE ROGERS, SAID THAT PRESIDENT TRUMP SUGGESTED THEY SAY PUBLIC THERE WAS NO COLLUSION BETWEEN HIS CAMPAIGN.

AND THE RUSSIANS IN THESE CLOSED MEETINGS WITH individual PROSECUTORS. THAT TEAM, AND THE SENATE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE. BOTH INTELLIGENCE CHIEFS WE’RE TOLD DESCRIBED THESE INTERACTIONS WITH THE PRESIDENT ABOUT THE RUSSIA INVESTIGATION.

AS ODD AND UNCOMFORTABLE, BUT THEY SAID THEY DON’T BELIEVE THE PRESIDENT GAVE THEM ORDERS TO INTERVENE IN the survey.

YOU MAY REMEMBER THAT IN THEIR PUBLIC TESTIMONY EARLIER THIS MONTH BOTH COATS AND ROGERS SAID THEY NEVER FELT PRESSURED. BUT THEY WERE RELUCTANT AT THAT POINT TO OFFER SPECIFICS ABOUT THEIR INTERACTIONS WITH THE PRESIDENT UNTIL THEY WERE IN.

Two of the nation”s top intelligence officials told Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team and Senate investigators that President Donald Trump suggested they say publicly there was no collusion between his campaign and the Russians, according to multiple sources.

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