Congress hearings show no Trump campaign-Russia collusion

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WASHINGTON - Hearings in the Senate and House of Representatives on Tuesday showed there is no evidence of collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and Russia and that President Donald Trump never jeopardized intelligence sources, a White House spokesman said.

"This morning's hearings back up what we've been saying all along: that despite a year of investigation there is still no evidence of any Russia-Trump collusion," a White House spokesman said on condition of anonymity. The spokesman said the hearings also showed Trump "never jeopardized intelligence sources or sharing."

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