Feinstein: Rumors Are ‘Not Necessarily Evidence’ of Collusion with Russia

‘There are all kinds of rumors around’

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FEINSTEIN: "There are all kinds of rumors around. There are newspaper stories, but that’s not necessarily evidence. And so you’ve got the Intelligence Committee looking at it and you will have the Mueller investigation going on, and it is the Mueller investigation that would bring forward solid evidence on which you could base a criminal case and indict someone.”

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