Rep. Pete King, R-N.Y., reminded his followers Monday of a month-old article on the lack of evidence of collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia, calling such accusations "baseless."
"In case you missed it, below is an article detailing how the investigation of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia has so far come up empty," King wrote in an email, referring to an Observer article entitled: "Democrats Quietly Caution Russian Investigation Won't Meet Hysterical Expectations."
King, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, added, "Though the investigation will go forward, from all that I have seen the allegations against President Trump and his campaign are baseless. I think you will find this article informative."
Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner relinquished ownership of the Observer in January after accepting an official role in the White House. He was replaced by the company's chief executive Joseph Meyer, who said in a memo to his staff that "Jared will no longer have an ownership stake in the Observer. He has also resigned from our editorial board and will play no role in the publication's affairs going forward," according to The Washington Post.
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