WASHINGTON - A US Department of Finance responsible for money laundering research provides financial information to the Senate Intelligence Commission investigating the possible links between Trump faith and Russia. That is what the newspaper Wall Street Journal reports on Friday.
The information committee had asked the documents at the FinCen Financial Investigation Service last month. Staff at the service and the Republican chairman of the commission, senator Richard Burr, did not want to respond to the news.
Senate investigation has again come to the fore after President Trump FBI director James Comey dismissed this week in an FBI investigation into Russia's possible interference in the US presidential elections in 2016. A committee of the House of Delegates are conducting research into the Russian Federation.