The Republican party called for an end to investigate the relationship of the tramp with Russia

© AFP 2017 / Saul LoebПрезидент USA Donald trump. Archival photoThe Republican party called for an end to investigate the relationship of the tramp with Russia© 2017 AFP / Saul Loeb

Chairman of the National Committee of the Republican party (NCRP) USA Ronna Romney McDaniel called for an end to the investigation in Congress about the possible ties of the campaign headquarters of U.S. President Donald trump with Russia.

«I appeal to stop the investigation of collusion of staff of the President of trump with the Russians. There is no evidence of this. I don’t think they should continue,» said McDaniel in an interview with Fox News channel. Thus, according to her, should find out, «what Russia is doing regarding the presidential elections».

On Thursday the Senate foreign Affairs Committee were made by the former head of the FBI, James Comey, who was fired by the President of the United States may 9 «because of the loss of confidence.» This was the first public speech of Komi after his dismissal. In particular, the former head of the FBI said that they felt uncomfortable in the course of numerous meetings with the President and therefore, recorded the conversations. Then, according to Komi, he gave these notes to his friend, and the media.

Komi was investigating the subject of the alleged «trump ties with Russia», which deny as the White house and the Kremlin. While a defeated rival trump in the presidential elections 2016 Hillary Clinton also accused of Komi that he made her defeat, lacking confirmation to include information about the new investigation against Clinton 10 days before the election.

At the end of December the administration of President Barack Obama imposed sanctions against nine Russian institutions, companies and individuals, including against the GRU and the FSB, for «meddling in the election» and «the pressure on us diplomats» working in Russia. Simultaneously, the U.S. Congress has stated its intention to conduct its own investigation on the matter. No evidence of Russia’s involvement in hacking attacks with the aim of influencing the result of the presidential election, the U.S. government never filed.

Russian President Vladimir Putin, speaking about these accusations, declared that in the published data there is nothing in the interests of Russia, and hysteria-mongering to distract from their content. Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov called allegations against Moscow «completely unfounded». According to him, such statements based on nothing, no facts were not given.