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Jul 24 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Adam Schiff is associated, including Russians, Clinton, and effect. Most recently, Adam Schiff has been quoted saying: “We want to know whether those meetings took place, whether other meetings took place, we have a lot of ground to cover.” in the article Trump son-in-law Kushner heads to Congress in Russia probe.
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Jul 07 2017 - Human Rights

There's nothing ... the Kremlin would like to see more than a (U.S.) president who will settle for a grip and a grin and walk away saying that he had this fabulous meeting with the Kremlin autocrat.feedback

Jul 06 2017 - Trump Presidency

This is not putting America first, but continuing to propagate his own personal fiction at the country's expense.feedback

Jun 25 2017 - Democratic Party

We had to vet that with the intelligence community, but we took that step because we weren't succeeding in getting the administration to do it itself.feedback

Jun 25 2017 - Democratic Party

The Obama administration should have done a lot more when it became clear that not only was Russia intervening, but it was being directed at the highest levels of the Kremlin.feedback

Jun 25 2017 - Trump Presidency

I think they were concerned about being perceived as having interfered in the election and trying to tip the scales for Hillary Clinton. I think they were also concerned about not wanting to play into the narrative that Donald Trump was telling, that the election was going to be rigged, even though Donald Trump was talking about a completely different kind of rigging than foreign intervention.feedback

Jun 25 2017 - Democratic Party

I was urging that they begin then the process of sanctioning Russia, the administration talking more forcefully about what the Russians had done. I think that was a mistake.feedback

Jun 25 2017 - Trump Presidency

I have to contest what President Trump is saying because for Donald Trump, who openly egged on the Russians to hack Hillary Clinton's emails and celebrated every release of these stolen documents to criticise Obama now is a bit like someone knowingly receiving stolen property blaming the police for not stopping the theft.feedback

Jun 23 2017 - Russia

Where Democrats need to take responsibility, is that we failed to persuade the country why they should care that a foreign power is meddling in our affairs.feedback

Jun 23 2017 - Sanctions

The administration doesn't need congressional support to issue a statement of attribution or impose sanctions.feedback

Jun 22 2017 - Trump Presidency

The chair is still insisting on the sign-off on our subpoenas. That shouldn't be happening.feedback

Jun 22 2017 - Trump Presidency

We'd all like to believe that our president can be trusted when he says something; regrettably, though, he has repeatedly proved otherwise. If this is meant to constitute his answer to the House investigation, then it needs to be fully truthful. … If the president is being less than candid about this, I think we have very serious problems with the White House.feedback

Jun 22 2017 - Trump Presidency

Was this an effort to intimidate James B. Comey? Was this an effort to silence James B. Comey? Those questions still need to be answered.feedback

Jun 22 2017 - Trump Presidency

Deadline to turn over any tapes of Comey conversations to House Intel – if they exist – is Friday. Time is running out for WH to comply.feedback

Jun 21 2017

Why wasn't it more important to tell the American people the length and breadth of what the Russians were doing to interfere in an election than any risk that it might be seen as putting your hand on the scale? Didn't the public have a compelling need to know?feedback

Jun 20 2017 - North Korea

This has the merits of protecting Americans from going to a place of increasing danger, but also drying up one source of our currency for North Korea.feedback

Jun 20 2017 - Trump Presidency

Tourism helps to fund one of the most brutal and despotic regimes in the world.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Russia

They want to lay the foundation to discredit whatever Bob Mueller comes up with. They are essentially engaging in a scorched earth litigation strategy that is beginning with trying to discredit the prosecutor.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Trump Presidency

That signifies this president knew all too well that it was inappropriate.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Trump Presidency

There certainly appear to be violations of the emoluments clause on a pretty daily basis, and somebody needs to investigate those. Those are not within the purview, for the most part, of the Intelligence Committee. They are directly under the purview of Government Reform.feedback

Jun 14 2017 - NSA

I . . . think the Russians were watching and decided that, well, we didn't respond to that. They could get away with a cyberattack.feedback

Jun 14 2017 - NSA

They do it with loudspeakers. They do it by telling people in the North what a terrible regime they live under that's starving their own people.feedback

Jun 13 2017 - Democratic Party

I don't think the Congress would sit still and allow the president to pick his own investigator.feedback

Jun 13 2017 - Russia

You can't exclude the possibility [of Mueller's dismissal], but I think it's just a way of raising doubts about this man who's well respected on both sides of the aisle.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Russia

We haven't seen any evidence that any of the agencies haven't cooperated with any of the requests, so, in our view, the subpoenas were unnecessary.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Russia

Since the chairman has recused himself from the Russia probe, he shouldn't be signing subpoenas or having any say in subpoenas related to the Russia investigation, but he has not been willing to delegate that authority to [his Republican colleague Mike] Conaway. And so that is a problem that we have raised. It hasn't prevented us from issuing the subpoenas we need to issue, but nonetheless, if he's going to honor his request to step aside, to recuse himself, he needs to delegate that authority to Mr. Conaway.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Russia

The intelligence agencies have been complying with our requests in the Russia probe, I think very completely. But quite out of the blue, the chairman on his own issued three subpoenas to three of the agencies, and that, I think, took them by surprise. And it certainly took us by surprise, since the agencies have been fully cooperative with us. I don't understand why they were subpoenaed.feedback

Jun 12 2017 - Trump Presidency

If President fired Bob Mueller, Congress would immediately re-establish independent counsel and appoint Bob Mueller. Don't waste our time.feedback

Jun 08 2017 - Russia

I think it's hard to reach any other conclusion but that this is evidence of interference and obstruction.feedback

Jun 07 2017

Former FBI Director Comey's written testimony confirms a host of troubling allegations concerning the President's conduct. It is not the [FBI] Director's job to lift the cloud of suspicion over the President's conduct or that of his associates. The request by the President to do so … represents yet another improper effort to coerce the intelligence agencies to do public relations for the White House and to undermine the independence and integrity of the intelligence community.feedback

Jun 01 2017 - Republican Party

I don't know what the chairman has in mind here again because we weren't consulted, or why the chairman is picking these three people. Susan Rice has been a perennial target for the GOP for whatever reason.feedback

Jun 01 2017 - Russia

But Mr. Conaway and I are determined not to lose our focus on the Russian investigation, and so we plod on, keeping our eyes on what has to be done, and unwilling to let this other stuff distract us.feedback

Jun 01 2017 - CIA

As part of our ongoing investigation into Russian active measures during the 2016 campaign, today we approved subpoenas for several individuals for testimony, personal documents and business records.feedback

Jun 01 2017

When someone says they're going to recuse themselves or step aside from the investigation, you have to expect that they're not going to insist on having final approval over subpoenas, one of the most important tools of an investigation.feedback

May 31 2017 - Fake news

The Fake News Media works hard at disparaging & demeaning my use of social media, because they don't want America to hear the real story!feedback

May 31 2017 - Trump Presidency

And while we anticipate interviews to begin shortly, we have agreed that the pace of those interviews will be dictated by the needs of the investigation and not the preferences of outside parties.feedback

May 28 2017 - Russia

If not, then there's no way he can maintain that kind of a clearance.feedback

May 26 2017

Support for the early warning system in Congress is sustained, growing and bipartisan, and we will not accept this attempt by the president to cut a vital funding stream for a program that will protect life, property and critical infrastructure.feedback

May 24 2017 - Democratic Party

We will be following up with subpoenas, and those subpoenas will be designed to maximize our chance of getting the information that we need.feedback

May 24 2017 - NATO

If we gave up information that has interfered in any way with their investigation because it tipped off people in Britain - perhaps associates of this person that we identified as the bomber - then that's a real problem and they have every right to be furious.feedback

May 22 2017 - Trump Presidency

I think that would be a terrible abdication of our global leadership when it comes to advocating for people who are the subject of persecution, or imprisoned, or journalists that are thrown in jail, or people not allowed to practice their faith. I think it would be a historic mistake for us to walk away from that.feedback

May 18 2017 - Trumpcare

Would the country, would the Congress, both Democrats and Republicans, view the president's conduct so serious as to be disqualifying? Or would it be viewed as just a way to nullify the election by other means?feedback

May 18 2017

No one ought to, in my view, rush to embrace the most extraordinary remedy that involves the removal of the president from office.feedback

May 17 2017 - Russia

I think the last thing the president needs right now is Putin vouching for him. All of this just gets more and more baffling every day, but I don't think we should allow it to distract us from the very serious allegations.feedback

May 16 2017 - Israel

I have to hope that someone will counsel the president about just what it means to protect closely held information and why this is so dangerous, ultimately, to our national security.feedback

May 16 2017 - Trump Presidency

Country must have answers. It is clear former FBI Director Comey should testify before Congress.feedback

May 15 2017 - Syria conflict

That the Russians would be the potential recipients of this intelligence and may be able to determine its source is all the more problematic, since the Russian interest in Syria and elsewhere is, in many respects, deeply antithetical to our own.feedback

May 13 2017 - Trump Presidency

If there was no 'there there', James Comey would still have a job.feedback

May 10 2017 - Russia

The president is not the only party in this case with serious conflicts of interest.feedback

May 10 2017 - Russia

He was asked, Did the President fire Comey to interfere with the Russia investigation. Well, if he believed that, the simple answer was no. But that wasn't his immediate answer, you could see him thinking about the question.feedback

May 09 2017 - Russia

Earlier this afternoon, President Trump called me and informed me he was firing Director Comey. I told the president: 'Mr. President, with all due respect, you are making a big mistake' ... Given the way the president has fired Director Comey, any person who he appoints to lead the Russia investigation will be concerned that he or she will meet the same fate as Director Comey if they run afoul of the administration.feedback

May 09 2017 - Russia

Any suggestion that today's announcement is somehow an effort to stop the FBI's investigation of Russia's attempt to influence the election last fall is misplaced. The president did not fire the entire FBI; he fired the director.feedback

May 04 2017 - Russia

We're working together very well. The whole committee is.feedback

Apr 07 2017 - Syria conflict

This strike will not hasten an end to the Assad regime, but it may deter its further use of chemical weapons.feedback

Apr 06 2017 - Russian probe

There was a cloud hanging over us after the White House incident.feedback

Apr 06 2017 - Russian probe

The important work of investigating the Russian involvement in our election never subsided, but we have a fresh opportunity to move forward in the unified and nonpartisan way that an investigation of this seriousness demands.feedback

Apr 05 2017

Bannon says he was put on NSC to 'de-operationalize' it. Think the word he was looking for was 'dysfunctionalize,' . Mission accomplished.feedback

Mar 29 2017

We can't have a credible investigation if one of the members, especially the chair, is freelancing. None of the committee members have seen this. We only have his representation, and you just can't conduct an investigation that way. Now I think we have this cloud over the investigation," but "we're not going to stop our work.feedback

Mar 28 2017

We are aware that former AG Yates intended to speak on these matters, and sought permission to testify from the White House. Whether the White House's desire to avoid a public claim of executive privilege to keep her from providing the full truth on what happened contributed to the decision to cancel today's hearing, we do not know.feedback

Mar 28 2017

It is certainly not normal to go and receive information as the chairman of the committee that you can't share with your own committee members, but you don't share with the president, particularly if the investigation involves associates of the president.feedback

Mar 28 2017 - Russian probe

This is not a recommendation I make lightly, as the chairman and I have worked together well for several years. But in much the same way that the attorney general was forced to recuse himself from the Russia investigation after failing to inform the Senate of his meetings with Russian officials, I believe the public cannot have the necessary confidence that matters involving the president's campaign or transition team can be objectively investigated or overseen by the chairman.feedback

Mar 28 2017 - Russian probe

But one thing is very clear: There was no legitimate justification for bringing that information to the White House instead of the committee. That it was also obtained at the White House makes this departure all the more concerning.feedback

Mar 27 2017

I believe the public cannot have the necessary confidence that matters involving the president's campaign or transition team can be objectively investigated or overseen by the chairman.feedback

Mar 27 2017 - Russian probe

I think the chairman has to make a decision whether to act as a surrogate of the White House – as he did during the campaign and the transition – or to lead an independent and credible investigation.feedback

Mar 27 2017 - Russian probe

If we issue a report where Democrats find one thing and Republicans find another, both sides retreat to their respective corners and nothing gets revealed.feedback

Mar 26 2017

If we were going to walk away and say the chairman is fatally compromised and we're not going to participate, then none of this is going to get investigated by the House and that's just not acceptable. So we're going to soldier on.feedback

Mar 24 2017

That was not in our view in the public interest and we resisted that. We strongly objected to the cancellation of this hearing.feedback

Mar 24 2017 - Russian probe

There must have been very strong pushback from the White House.feedback

Mar 23 2017

I can't go into the particulars, but there is more than circumstantial evidence now.feedback

Mar 23 2017

I don't want to get into specifics but I will say that there is evidence that is not circumstantial and is very much worthy of an investigation. The chairman will need to decide whether he is the chairman of an independent investigation into conduct, which includes allegations of potential coordination between the Trump campaign and the Russians, or he's going to act as a surrogate of the White House. Because he cannot do both.feedback

Mar 22 2017 - Democratic Party

Most of the names in the intercepted communications were in fact masked.feedback

Mar 22 2017

It's the first time we've had a real sense of how fragile democracy is.feedback

Mar 22 2017 - Democratic Party

Is it possible that all of these events and reports are completely unrelated and nothing more than an entirely unhappy coincidence? Yes, it is possible. But it is also possible, maybe more than possible, that they are not coincidental, not disconnected and not unrelated, and that the Russians use the same techniques to corrupt U.S. persons that they employed in Europe and elsewhere? We simply don't know. Not yet. And we owe it to the country to find out. This is the political equivalent of [9/11] in magnitude.feedback

Mar 22 2017 - Democratic Party

I think my role is to try to help the Democratic Party to make this investigation thorough and to make it nonpartisan. Sometimes that's playing the role of diplomat, and other times that's using the public spotlight to push the investigation forward. … If we issue a report where Democrats find one thing and Republicans find another, both sides retreat to their respective corners and nothing get revealed.feedback

Mar 22 2017

These actions raise enormous doubt about whether the committee can do its work. If you have a chairman who is interacting with the White House, sharing information with the White House, when the people around the White House are the subject of the investigation and doing it before sharing it with the committee, it puts a profound doubt over whether that can be done credibly.feedback

Mar 20 2017

Is it possible that all of these events and reports are completely unrelated and nothing more than a entirely unhappy coincidence? Yes, it is possible. But it is also possible, maybe more than possible, that they are not coincidental, not disconnected and not unrelated.feedback

Mar 20 2017

We do not yet know whether the Russians had the help of US citizens, including people associated with the Trump campaign. On the other hand, if the Trump campaign, or anybody associated with it, aided or abetted the Russians, it would not only be a serious crime, it would also represent one of the most shocking betrayals of our democracy in history. Here's where we begin our investigation into Russian interference. If we are going to protect the country, we need to know exactly what the Russians did.feedback

Mar 20 2017 - Wiretapping

There was circumstantial evidence of collusion; there is direct evidence, I think, of deception. ''There's certainly enough for us to conduct an investigation.feedback

Mar 20 2017

Were you engaged in McCarthyism?feedback

Mar 20 2017 - NSA

I hope that we can put an end to this wild goose chase because what the president said was just patently false.feedback

Mar 20 2017

For a lot of Americans this is the first time to really tune in to exactly what the Russians did and what the investigation involves, and I'd like to walk through with both directors what do we know about the Russian operation? What was its breadth? Our allies, are facing the same Russian onslaught.feedback

Mar 20 2017

But there is a lot he can tell us about the Russian motivations for their intervention in our elections, how the Russians operate in Europe, what techniques they use and what we should be on the lookout for our investigation.feedback

Mar 20 2017

The Russians successfully meddled in our democracy and our intelligence agencies have concluded they will do so again.feedback

Mar 17 2017

While the president has denied having invested in Russia, he has said little or nothing about Russian investment in his businesses and properties in the United States or elsewhere. This should concern all Americans and is yet another reason why his refusal to release his tax returns should be met with considerable scepticism and concern.feedback

Mar 15 2017

We feel a real sense of urgency about conducting this investigation not only thoroughly but as swiftly as possible. So anything that slows us down is a problem.feedback

Mar 15 2017 - Wiretapping

Thus far, we have seen no basis for that whatsoever.feedback

Mar 12 2017 - Wiretapping

I think on March 20 if not before we'll be able to put this to rest. ''I don't think anyone has any question about this, George. The only question is why the president would make up such a thing.feedback

Mar 12 2017 - Wiretapping

We should be able to determine in fairly short order whether this allegation is true or false.feedback

Mar 10 2017

To be honest, we don't know yet. I can't say for certain whether that will be possible. I can only say it is very much in the national interest that we do so. Because we cannot allow this to become another Benghazi committee.feedback

Mar 09 2017

We need the confidence of knowing that they're briefing us on the most significant issues. And at this point, I think that's very much in question.feedback

Mar 09 2017 - Democratic Party

Other members of the committee would join me in that.feedback

Mar 08 2017

If there's an issue about whether he is willing to come before the committee, I can say I am more than willing to go to him, and I know there are other members of the committee would join me in that. So, if it's an issue of his not wanting to appear or to come here and face questions from the whole committee, we more than welcome his cooperation in any manner that he is comfortable.feedback

Mar 07 2017 - Wiretapping

It's a nonsense request designed to cover up a nonsense tweet. I don't think anyone takes the president's tweets seriously anymore, and certainly not these.feedback

Mar 07 2017

Section 702 has been a far more impactful and important counterterrorism program and tool. That doesn't mean though that we shouldn't explore whether there are ways to improve any of the protections in existing law or whether there are any changes that we need to make to the structure of the program.feedback

Mar 07 2017 - Wiretapping

We should be able to determine in short order whether this accusation is true or false.feedback

Mar 05 2017

I also think for the public to have confidence that any prosecutorial decision is made truly independent of the administration, that the extra remedy of a special counsel is really warranted here.feedback

Mar 05 2017

Sean Spicer today tweeted that the administration would have no further comment until this matter was investigated and who can blame him: not even Spicer wishes to have to speak to such a unsubstantiated charge.feedback

Mar 05 2017

If there is something bad or sick going on, it is the willingness of the nation's chief executive to make the most outlandish and destructive claims without providing a scintilla of evidence to support them.feedback

Mar 04 2017

No matter how much we hope and pray that this president will grow into one who respects and understands the Constitution, separation of powers, role of a free press, responsibilities as the leader of the free world, or demonstrates even the most basic regard for the truth, we must now accept that President Trump will never become that man.feedback

Mar 03 2017 - Human Rights

You see in many parts of Europe a retreat to nationalism, a de-emphasis on human rights. You see in the countries of our NATO allies the imprisoning of journalists. We're seeing an awful turn away from representative government, democracy, human rights, and the rule of law.feedback

Mar 02 2017 - Democratic Party

At this point we know less than a fraction of what the FBI knows. There were very large areas that were walled off, and those walls are going to have to come down if we are going to do our job. The director declined to answer those questions. It was unclear whether that was a decision he was making on his own or a decision that he is making in consultation with the Department of Justice.feedback

Mar 02 2017 - Democratic Party

We have reached a written agreement, the minority and the majority in the House intelligence committee, that we will investigate allegations of Russian collusion with the Trump campaign.feedback

Feb 27 2017

The committee has reached no conclusion on whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, Russian officials or any Russian contacts – nor could we. We have called no witnesses thus far. We have obtained no documents on any counterintelligence investigation and we have yet to receive any testimony from the FBI of potential links between the Trump campaign and Russia.feedback

Feb 14 2017 - U.S. National Security Adviser

This isn't simply about a change in policy toward Russia, as the administration would like to portray. It's what's behind that change in policy. It's not just that an administration official was caught lying. It's that the national security adviser to the president was caught lying and on a matter of central importance. So this is big.feedback

Feb 14 2017 - U.S. National Security Adviser

The Trump administration has yet to be forthcoming about who was aware of Flynn's conversations with the ambassador and whether he was acting on the instructions of the president or any other officials, or with their knowledge.feedback

Feb 13 2017 - U.S. National Security Adviser

If the allegations are true, (Flynn) has misled the country about something as serious as secret communications with the Russian Ambassador designed to undermine U.S. policy.feedback

Feb 04 2017

Read the 'so-called' Constitution.feedback

Jan 06 2017 - US voter fraud

The President-Elect's statement that the Russian hacking had 'absolutely no effect on the outcome of the election' is not supported by the briefing, report, or common sense.feedback

Jan 06 2017 - Trump-Putin

It is one thing to say that there was no tampering with vote tallying – which is true – it is another thing to say that the daily dumping of documents disparaging to … Clinton that was made possible by Russian cyber operations had no effect on the campaigns. The consequence of these disclosures was hugely beneficial to the President-Elect and damaging to the Clinton campaign, just as the Russians intended.feedback

Jan 05 2017 - Kremlin

That he would accept the transparently self-serving denials of the Kremlin is alarming enough, but that would now cite people like Assange who have demonstrated universal hostility to the United States and its interests takes him into new and even more treacherous territory.feedback

Jan 05 2017 - Sex

Today, Trump sided with Julian Assange - an alleged sex offender who has hidden out in the Ecuadorian embassy for years and has dumped millions of classified State Department documents that put U.S. persons at risk – rather than our country's own intelligence professionals.feedback

Jan 01 2017 - Sanctions

We think that more has to be done. We don't think that frankly the steps that have been taken are enough of a deterrent. And you're going to see bipartisan support in Congress for stronger sanctions against Russia.feedback

Dec 28 2016

Since the issue is no longer a useful cudgel against Secretary Clinton, I fear the (Republican) majority's commitment to diplomatic security will once again fade, and the State Department could face cuts both to security budgets and to core diplomatic functions.feedback

Dec 15 2016

I wonder whether the tweet the president-elect sent out today is the beginning of his pivot, the beginning of his acknowledgement of the intelligence that Russia has been hacking our institutions.feedback

Dec 12 2016

That only works if the country is going to believe and our friends and allies are going to believe and indeed our adversaries are going to believe that the president means what he says.feedback

Dec 10 2016

That became a laughing point, not a talking point, a laughing point. Any time I do something, they say, Oh, Russia interfered.feedback

Dec 10 2016

I do not believe this was coincidental or unintended.feedback

Dec 09 2016 - Kremlin

Given President-elect Trump's disturbing refusal to listen to our intelligence community and accept that the hacking was orchestrated by the Kremlin, there is an added urgency to the need for a thorough review before President Obama leaves office next month.feedback

Dec 08 2016

It is deeply disturbing that the president-elect has time for rallies but not for regular intelligence briefings.feedback

Dec 06 2016

Russia may have concluded that they could hack American institutions and there'd be no price to pay.feedback

Dec 06 2016

Unless we establish some kind of deterrent, this is going to be unending.feedback

Dec 06 2016 - CIA

Within the IC (intelligence community) there would be such massive resistance to this, it just isn't going to happen.feedback

Dec 06 2016 - CIA

I don't think the incoming administration will have any interest in publishing the greater part of the document.feedback

Dec 06 2016 - CIA

The most that we might expect this administration to do... is to designate it as some kind of a record that would ultimately lead to its availability through FOIA, subject to redaction.feedback

Nov 29 2016

America! Stop interfering with other countries, especially the Muslim Ummah. We are not weak. We are not weak, remember that.feedback

Nov 29 2016

It bears all of the hallmarks of a terror attack carried out by someone who may have been self-radicalized.feedback

Nov 28 2016

I was kind of scared with everything going on in the media. I'm a Muslim, it's not what media portrays me to be. If people look at me, a Muslim praying, I don't know what they're going to think, what's going to happen. But I don't blame them. It's the media that put that picture in their heads.feedback

Nov 28 2016

Here in the United States, our most immediate threat still comes from lone attackers that are not only capable of unleashing great harm, but are also extremely difficult, and in some cases, virtually impossible to identify or interdict.feedback

Nov 19 2016 - CIA

While we have had our share of strong differences – principally on the politicization of the tragedy in Benghazi – I know that he is someone who is willing to listen and engage, both key qualities in a CIA director.feedback

Nov 18 2016

I would be worried about an impulsive president with an impulsive security adviser.feedback

Nov 14 2016

I think it would disastrous if Trump reverses a number of the president's executive policies, including repopulating Guantanamo.feedback

Nov 01 2016 - Microsoft

Putin as an old KGB officer views the world as a zero-sum game between Russia and the U.S.. Whatever is good for the U.S. is bad for Russia and vice versa.feedback

Oct 31 2016

Any specifics of what the FBI or intelligence agencies may be looking at are not something that the bureau should be discussing publicly. But here, where the director has discussed an investigation involving one candidate, it opens the director up to claims of bias if he doesn't discuss other potential investigations.feedback

Oct 31 2016 - Kremlin

Americans have every right to be concerned about what they see in terms of Trump advisors and their closeness with the Kremlin, Trump's policies vis-a-vis Russia, Trump's potential financial interest, all of those things ought to be of deep concern to voters.feedback

Oct 31 2016

Whether an investigation is appropriate depends on whether there's evidence of criminal connections. Of course the intelligence community wants to know what foreign influence Russia may be looking to exert in the United States.feedback

Oct 30 2016

If the director can't clean up this mess, and I hope he will try, I think he ought to acknowledge that he made a serious mistake.feedback

Aug 13 2016 - Russian hacking

The unauthorized disclosure of people's personally identifiable information is never acceptable. I have every confidence that law enforcement will get to the bottom of this, and identify the responsible parties. And when they do, I hope the Administration will disclose who is attempting to interfere with the American political process, and levy strong consequences against those responsible.feedback

Jul 15 2016 - Al-Qaeda

I know that the release of these pages will not end debate over the issue, but it will quiet rumors over their contents - as is often the case, the reality is less damaging than the uncertainty.feedback

Jun 13 2016

We need to resist doing things that are counterproductive.feedback

Jun 12 2016

This morning, I will be marching in the West Hollywood Pride Parade with a heavy heart, but we will march in solidarity with all those who are the victims of terrorism and hatred.feedback

Mar 07 2016 - ZTE

We hope this sends a strong message to ZTE, to China, and to other Chinese telecommunications companies who present serious national security risks not only by evading export controls, but by purposefully compromising supply chain security.feedback

Feb 05 2016

Addressing the use of social media by terrorists will require a sustained and cooperative effort between the technology sector, the Intelligence Community, and law enforcement.feedback

Feb 02 2016 - Libya

I think we ought to be working with our partners to remove the leadership of ISIS that has been sent from Iraq and Syria to organize. That is not a permanent solution, but it does have an impact on their operational capability.feedback

Dec 16 2015

While we continue to gather information about the threat made against the Los Angeles and New York School Departments, the preliminary assessment is that it was a hoax or something designed to disrupt school districts in large cities.feedback

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