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Our legislation is the first step in that.
We're going to follow the facts wherever they lead us. And I'm sure that this matter will be a part of that inquiry. ''That doesn't mean that none of these things happened. It simply means I haven't seen that yet.
I think that's way, way getting ahead of ourselves here. There's no allegations of any crime occurring.
If that leads to potential contacts between Trump associates and the Russian government, then we will explore those as well.
There's no allegations of any crime occurring. There's not even an indication that there's criminal investigations underway by the FBI as opposed to counter-intelligence investigations. If we get down that road, that's a decision that Attorney General Sessions can make at the time. Vladimir Putin is KGB. Always will be. The Senate Intelligence Committee, for as long as I've been on it, has been examining Russia's attempts to undermine faith in our electoral process and undermine our interests around the world.
I would say this, though, if you feel that strongly about the secretary of education maybe the Department of Education has too much power.
He's an unorthodox thinker. He's never marched to the beat of the Army drum, so to speak.
It simply tries to get a handle on 1 million immigrants coming here a year, virtually none of whom are coming here based on their employment skills or demonstrated economic need. I don't think our immigration system is working for working Americans.
I don't think we can just repeal Obamacare and say we're going to get an answer two years from now. We haven't coalesced around a solution for six years, in part because it is so complicated. Kicking the can down the road for a year or two years isn't going to make it any easier to solve.
There is some contrary evidence, despite what the media speculates, that perhaps Donald Trump is not the best candidate for Russia.
I have a lot more faith in our intelligence officers serving around the world and the very smart and experienced analysts that we have here in the nation's capital than I do in people like Julian Assange, I can tell you that much.
That goes to show just how reckless and careless her decision was to put that kind of highly classified information on a private server.
For eight years, we've seen what happens when America leads from behind. Leading from behind–that's not what the Army taught me. We don't fight because we hate our enemies, but because we love our country. We love its freedom. We love that we're born equal and live free, that no one rules without consent. We know these things are worth fighting and dying for because they make life worth living for.
To everyone who agrees that America should lead the way, let me say loud and clear: help is on the way.