White House Says New Information Has Emerged About Russia’s Investigation

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House invited top Republican and Democratic members of the Senate and House intelligence panels to review new material relevant to its investigation into alleged Russian interference in the US presidential elections, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Thursday.

“There has been information, … material that … has come to light, and we want to make sure that the people doing the review have that information,” Spicer told reporters without giving details about the information.

“We have invited you to see it in a classified setting,” he said, referring to Republican presidents and Democratic-ranking members of the Senate and House intelligence committees.

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