- Chairman says panel will use ‘subpoenas if necessary’ to force testimony
- Moscow accused of collusion with Trump team and of cyber-crimes
The Senate intelligence committee plans to interview senior figures in the incoming Trump administration as part of its inquiry into alleged Russian hacking during the US election, its chairman said on Friday.
The announcement, one week before Donald Trump assumes the presidency, comes amid a bitter row between him and the US intelligence agencies he will soon lead.
Link : Senate intelligence committee to question Trump team on links with Russia