Sen. Mark Warner: You Can't "Factually" Argue Against "Plenty Of Evidence" Of Trump-Russia Collusion


Sen. Mark Warner, the vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, told NBC's Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press" this week that there is no "factual" argument that the Trump campaign did not have some connection to Russia.

"I've been around politics a long time, just as you have," Warner said. "I have never in my lifetime seen a presidential campaign from a person of either party have this much outreach to a foreign country, and a foreign country that the intelligence community and our committee has validated, intervened massively in our election, and intervened with an attempt to help one candidate, Donald Trump, and to hurt another candidate, Hillary Clinton.”

"There's no one that could factually say there's not plenty of evidence of collaboration or communications between Trump Organization and Russians," he added.

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