WASHINGTON - The investigation into Russia's possible interference in the US presidential elections of 2016 continues. That said Andrew McCabe, acting director of the FBI, said in the Senate Information Commission on Thursday.
McCabe thinks the FBI has sufficient resources for thorough Russia research. For the time being, McCabe takes over the duties of FBI topman James Comey. President Donald Trump sent Comey on Tuesday, because he would not do his job well.
Many Democrats believe that Trump Comey was fired because he led the investigation into Russia's possible influence on presidential elections and the possibility that Trump employees co-operated with Moscow.