The House Intelligence Committee voted to formally end its Russia probe on Thursday in a party-line vote, Politico reports. Republicans on the committee recently produced a report claiming they “found no evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump’s associates and the Kremlin” in the 2016 election. On Thursday, the committee also voted to release the GOP-authored report, which must first be sent to the intelligence community to have any classified information redacted. According to the site, the report “is expected to be made public within weeks.” Democrats on the committee reportedly have vowed to “continue investigating” despite the vote.
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