But at the moment, sources said, Intelligence Committee members have been considering the production of duelling final reports, one from the committee’s eight Republicans and one from its seven Democrats, reaching different conclusions.
Congressional sources familiar with the matter told Reuters that both Republicans and Democrats on Senate Intelligence agreed there was a lack of direct evidence pointing to collusion. The two sides disagree on circumstantial evidence.
The Democrats say there is enough circumstantial evidence to support a finding of collusion in the committee’s final report. Trump’s fellow Republicans on the panel say there is not.
“There is no hard evidence of collusion,” a Democratic source said, but “plenty of circumstantial evidence.”