What’s known about the investigation of alleged Trump campaign collusion with Russia is that special prosecutor Robert Mueller says the president is not a target.
And there’s been no evidence yet of any “collusion” with Russia, which, technically, isn’t a crime anyway.
It’s also been discovered that the dubious “dossier” that apparently triggered the special counsel probe was a compilation of Russian propaganda written by a former British spy hired by an opposition research firm funded by Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Further, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, says it’s just “crazy” that the Department of Justice has been defying demands for an unredacted version of the two-page document used to formally begin the federal investigation into alleged collusion.
The document could reveal who instigated the investigation and what evidence it was based on.
“They’re the ones that open an investigation into a presidential