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GOP leader of Russia probe: Comey "more forthcoming with info than any FBI director."
Felix Sater, a Russian-born real-estate developer and longtime Trump associate, will also be coming before the committee to testify in a public hearing.
Says he thinks "it's possible" Trump could be a Russian asset, adding he's "really anxious" to see the results of Mueller's investigation.
Report to UN sanctions committee found "evidence of a consistent trend on the part of the DPRK to disperse its assembly, storage, and testing locations."
New investigation "will focus principally on five interconnected lines of inquiry, beginning with these incomplete or unexamined investigative threads."
North Korea, Russia, Syria, and ISIS "have all used chemical weapons over the past two years, which threatens international norms and may portend future use."
Mueller cites emails and texts, which Stone told House Intel Committee he didn't have, about WikiLeaks dump of stolen DNC emails.
"It's bad enough to work without pay, but we can only conduct administrative functions while doing it. The fear is our enemies know they can run freely."
Like 2016, intelligence officials "did not make an assessment of the impact that these activities had on the outcome of the 2018 election."
Senate intel researchers broke voter-suppression operations down into "malicious misdirection," "candidate support redirection," and "turnout depression."