WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top Democrat on the House of Representatives intelligence committee said Thursday that the chamber’s investigation into Russian meddling in the US elections must go ahead despite obstacles it may face.
“One way or another, the investigation has to be done,” Rep. Adam Schiff told reporters. “We move on.”
Schiff, who on Monday called the panel’s Republican chairman, Devin Nunes, to recuse himself, said House Speaker Paul Ryan and Nunes decided who is leading the investigation, but that they would have to “articulate why and how they feel. that can be credibly done. “
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