Adam Schiff announced that he has a new whistleblower related to Trump retaliation and the censorship of Russian election interference intel.
Democratic vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris said that Russian election interference could cost Joe Biden the White House.
Vice President Joe Biden called out Attorney General William Barr for lying about Russia not being the biggest threat to the election.
Trump canceled election security briefings so Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff outed Russia as the only foreign country interfering to help Trump.
Illegally installed acting DHS chief Chad Wolf fell apart when pressed by Jake Tapper on Trump and Russian election interference.
Former Vice President Joe Biden refused to play the media's stop Bernie game, but he did say that the Russians aren't trying to help him win the nomination.
Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) has a three-part plan that would stop the Russians from interfering in future elections to help Republicans and Trump.
Kellyanne Conway falsely stated on Fox and Friends that Russian election interference never happened and didn't exist.
In an exclusive interview with PoliticusUSA's Sarah Jones, MSNBC analyst, author of How to Catch a Russian Spy and former double agent Naveed Jamali discussed how important Obama's response to Russian election interference was for the country
In an interview with “This Week” Co-Anchor Martha Raddatz Bolton said that the United States is also concerned about significant election meddling from three other countries: China, North Korea and Iran.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller does not give interviews or press conferences, and there are no leaks of information coming out of his office. When he communicates, it is by legal filings made in a court of law. And on Tuesday he claimed in such a filing that election meddling operations like those conducted by Russia during the 2016 presidential election are still occurring.
Russia used Facebook's ad targeting system to help Donald Trump carry both Wisconsin and Michigan.
"How has [Putin] earned a face-to-face, full-scale, bilateral meeting with the U.S. president? What has he done to deserve that meeting and that respect?"
During an interview on Fox News Sunday, incoming Trump chief of staff Reince Priebus refused to deny that Trump coordinated or communicated with Russia during the campaign. Instead of a denial, Priebus tried to turn Russian election interference into a partisan issue.