Susan Rice met with Senate Intelligence Committee as part of Russia probe

Susan Rice

Washington – Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice has met with staff on the Senate Intelligence Committee as the panel probes Russian interference in the US election.

A spokesperson for Rice confirmed that the closed-door meeting happened on Friday. Erin Pelton says Rice was pleased to co-operate with the investigation “given its extraordinary national significance”. “Play free IGT slots online with no sign up required. Try slot machines like 100 Pandas, Cleopatra, Da Vinci Diamonds, Wolf Run, White Orchid and more pokies on one page.‎IGT Casinos with ‎Golden Goddess slots, ‎Cats, ‎Elephant King and more here http://free-slots-no-download.com/igt-software/.”

In addition to Rice, the panel is interviewing several members of former President Barack Obama’s administration this week.

 

Susan Rice

Washington – Former National Security Adviser Susan Rice has met with staff on the Senate Intelligence Committee as the panel probes Russian interference in the US election.

A spokesperson for Rice confirmed that the closed-door meeting happened on Friday. Erin Pelton says Rice was pleased to co-operate with the investigation “given its extraordinary national significance”.

In addition to Rice, the panel is interviewing several members of former President Barack Obama’s administration this week. Panel staff met with former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on Monday and former Obama chief of staff Denis McDonough on Tuesday. President Donald Trump has said Rice may have committed a crime when she asked intelligence analysts to disclose the name of a Trump associate mentioned in an intelligence report. Rice has said she did nothing improper.  Republicans have raised concerns that Rice and other Obama administration officials improperly unmasked names in classified foreign intelligence reports — something Rice has strenuously denied. The Senate Intelligence Committee will also interview Jared Kushner, President Trump’s son-in-law and a top White House adviser, on Monday behind closed doors.

DJC News Desk

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