Senator Mark Warner (D-Va.) texted back and forth with lobbyist Adam Waldman, who runs the Endeavor Group - which has ties to (surprise!) Hillary Clinton - while leading the Senate Intelligence Committee's investigation into President Trump's alleged ties to Russian Federation with his Republican colleague North Carolina Sen.
Sen. Mark Warner reportedly was in contact with a Russian oligarch previous year in an attempt to contact the former British intelligence agent behind the Trump dossier, Fox News reported late Thursday. "All tied into Crooked Hillary".
Donald Trump responded to the story tweeting, "Wow!"
Warner appears to have tried to keep secret his contacts with the lobbyist, saying in one text he would "rather not have a paper trail".
Chuck Ross of the Daily Caller responded to Rubio's tweet, reminding the senator that Warner waited 7 months before handing the Intelligence Committee the texts in September.
Early last March, Steele's friends said publicly that he would be willing to meet with members of Congress in the UK.
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"Sen.Warner fully disclosed this to the committee four months ago.Has had zero impact on our work", Rubio tweeted.
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Trump and Republicans in the House have been working in recent months to discredit the Russian Federation investigations in both branches of Congress and by special counsel Robert Mueller.
"Secrecy seemed very important to Warner as the conversation with Waldman heated up March 29, when the lobbyist revealed that Steele wanted a bipartisan letter from Warner and the committee's chairman, North Carolina Republican Sen".
But, as Senate intel committee member Sen. Steele refused to meet with the Republican staffers at the time.
Fox News reported before at night that Warner had "broad contact" a year ago with lobbyist Adam Waldman, whose firm reportedly likewise has connections to previous Democratic presidential chosen one Hillary Clinton.
An aide to Burr told Fox News Thursday that the committee chairman was aware of Warner's "back channel" messages attempting to set up a meeting with Steele and that the two revealed the content of the texts to their committee colleagues last October.