The House Intelligence Committee released long-promised closed-door testimonies, including those of members of President Trump’s family and inner circle, from its probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

“The testimony that the committee is releasing today serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing threat that Russian interference poses to our democratic process and, specifically, to the 2020 election,” committee Chairman Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., wrote in a letter to the Director of National Intelligence (DNA).

The 2020 election year is roiled in turmoil as social distancing to curb the Covid-19 pandemic leaves lawmakers and election officials scrambling to find ways for the electorate to safely and securely vote – and fend off disruption by nation-states and cybercriminals.

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