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On Monday, FBI Director James Comey admitted during a House Intelligence Committee hearing that the FBI was investigating any evidence of Russian interference or collusion during the 2016 election.

In the hearing, Comey shared a professional opinion from his department:

Rep. Mike Conaway (R-Texas) asked Comey to clarify whether or not the FBI consistently believed that Russia had hoped and “were working to have [President Trump] win and [Democrat presidential nominee Hillary Clinton] lose.”

“Our analysts had a view, that I don’t believe changed, from late fall through to the report on January 6th that it had those three elements,” Comey replied.

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At another point in his testimony, he was asked to clarify the FBI’s timeline:

Comey said that the FBI made the conclusion by early December that Russia “wanted to hurt our democracy, hurt her, help him.”

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