Bi-partisan Committee Inquiring Allegations Of Russian Intervention In State Affairs


In what they call the investigation of the 21st century, a bi-partisan committee in the United States Congress is inquiring allegations of Russian intervention in state affairs.

The current president of the United States Mr.Donald trump, finds himself entrenched in the middle of accusations concerning the collaboration with foreign powers to assume office.

Russian Squabble

Controversy is reigning over the inquiry that saw members of the investigation team like republican chairman of the house intelligence committee, Representative Devin Nunes of California whose warm relation with the president is creating a dodgy situation.  Although, the media has backfired at this scenario, another congressman Mr. Richard M. Burr has refused to step down prompting his concern over the defamation of republican president Mr. Donald trump.

Tangible interference by the Kremlin has been observed during the presidential elections last year, which is considered of great concern to the National Security of the global hegemonic power.  Democrats as well as republicans are troubled by this threat as well as intelligence agencies in the country, as the Federal Bureau of investigation is a leading a parallel investigation into the matter.

Troubling infiltration

On disparate occasions have distinct officials been found guilty of Russian ties and shady remarks that created an atmosphere of uncertainty in the public concerning the legitimacy of the current administration.  The chaos that is ruling the air is a clear sign that, disregarding the fact if Russia has meddled in state affairs or not, the internal stability as well as the integrity of Capitol Hill has been shaken.

The rupture has severed up to the congressional platform, where republican senators and congressmen are taking the escalation efforts of the democrats in this matter as a personal dispute and are backing up their president in what seems an unconditional manner.  Party allegiances have taken over discussions and the future of this inquiry seems to have far worse implications then expected.