On March 20th the House Intelligence Committee will hold its first public hearing on Russia's involvement in the 2016 US presidential election. Testimony from many top intelligence community officials could possibly reveal critical information as to scope of Russia's role and if there were any communications with campaign associates here in the United States. So what should you be looking for as the House starts to take a deeper dive into Russia? In this episode of The SCIF Juliette Kayyem discusses five things that will be on her watch list for this hearing.
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during his annual televised New Year's message in the Kremlin in Moscow.
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A Case Of Intelligence
March 17, 2017