Prosecutors had investigated for months whether the North Carolina Republican and former chairman of the intelligence committee'>Senate Intelligence Committee had exploited advance information.
Today in the Senate Intel Committee, DNI nominee Avril Haines and I discussed the importance of taking a long-term view of competition with China and orienting the intelligence community to meet this threat. I look forward to working with her to reestablish US global leadership.
Today the intelligence committee'>Senate Intelligence Committee will hold a nomination hearing for Avril Haines, the expected nominee for Director of National Intelligence. You can watch the full hearing and my questions for Ms. Haines at .
BIDEN’S TOP INTELLIGENCE NOMINEE TESTIFIES BEFORE THE SENATE: Avril Haines, Pres.-elect Biden’s nominee for Director of National Intelligence, answers questions from the intelligence committee'>Senate Intelligence Committee as part of her confirmation hearing.
Watch live - Senate Intelligence Committee Open Nomination hearing for Avril Haines, the nominee to be Director of National Intelligence (DNI)
"When it comes to intelligence, there is simply no place for politics — ever," Haines told the intelligence committee'>Senate Intelligence Committee.
"HE CAN'T BE TRUSTED" - Congressman Adam Schiff, the chairman of the intelligence committee'>House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday he doesn't believe President Trump should receive intelligence briefings after he leaves office.
The intelligence committee'>House Intelligence Committee formally opened a review into the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol on Saturday and requested information from key federal law enforcement agencies to investigated whether
Yesterday, Sen. Schumer decided to vent his frustration by blocking a bipartisan Intelligence Committee meeting on counterintelligence with a leading expert on protecting our elections. A partisan temper tantrum is one thing. Jeopardizing national security is a different story.
WOW. Soon after he offered public assurances that the government was ready to battle coronavirus, intelligence committee chairman'>Senate Intelligence Committee ChairmanRichard Burr sold off between $582,029 and $1.56 million of his holdings on Feb. 13 in 29 separate transactions.
If the FBI or DOJ was infiltrating a campaign for the benefit of another campaign, that is a really big deal. Only the release or review of documents that the intelligence committee'>House Intelligence Committee (also, Senate Judiciary) is asking for can give the conclusive answers. Drain the Swamp!
The intelligence committee'>Senate Intelligence Committee: THERE IS NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION BETWEEN THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AND RUSSIA!
This was not the finding of the intelligence committee'>House Intelligence Committee, Mr. President, but only a statement by its GOP members, who lack the courage to stand up to a President of their own party when the national interest necessitates it.