FBI and NSA chiefs to testify on Trump wiretapping allegations, Russia: lawmakers

© Reuters. FBI Director James Comey listens as he is thanked for speaking at the Boston Conference on Cyber ​​Security at Boston College in Boston.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Leaders of the House Intelligence Committee said Wednesday they do not believe Trump Tower was tapped during the 2016 presidential campaign and that the directors of the FBI and NSA will testify in a hearing next. week on that claim and any Russian meddling in the US elections.

Republican Chairman Devin Nunes and the committee’s top Democrat, Adam Schiff, told reporters that they don’t believe President Donald Trump’s phones were tapped, as he claimed without evidence, but they want the FBI to provide any evidence at the hearing of the next Monday.

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