The Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Devin Nunes, just made a firm stand against the rumors accusing President Trump of having political ties to Russia.

The Chairman is currently mandated to investigate the allegations, but Nunes promised the people “there’s nothing there” to support the lies being pushed by liberal media outlets regarding Trump’s political influences.

In recent months, Democrats have been grasping at straws to try and find anything that could possibly change the view of Trump as a legitimate President.

So far, the only thing they’ve accomplished is digging themselves even deeper into a pit of lies and fake news.

Media outlets and the Democratic Party tried to make a connection between President Trump and Russia in their latest attempt to create scandal.

But there’s simply not one to find, even with Democrats making up excuses as to why they want there to be one.

And although an official investigation was launched to follow protocol, nothing has been found to link President Trump to any kind of negative foreign influence.

The Daily Caller reports:

The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Monday that he will not subpoena President Trump’s tax returns as part of his investigation into links to the Russian government.

California Rep. Devin Nunes also said during a press gaggle on Capitol Hill that he’s been told by federal officials that “there’s nothing there” regarding allegations that Trump campaign advisers made improper contacts with Russian agents prior to the election.

The California representative, when pressured by progressive media, stayed true to his position against Trump having ties with Russia.

The Daily Caller reports:

Nunes was also asked various questions about investigations into Trump-Russia ties, including his committee’s probe into Trump advisers’ possible contacts with Russian government officials and of former national security advisor Michael Flynn’s intercepted phone calls with Russia’s ambassador in December.

“What I’ve been told, by many folks, is that there’s nothing there,” Nunes said regarding the Trump advisers’ alleged contacts with Russia.

Nunes avoided specifying how he could be certain that “there’s nothing there” regarding the allegations that Trump’s ex-advisers talked to Russian officials.

He said that “the scoping” of his investigation has been completed and that the committee will soon “move into actually receiving the evidence.”

“But as of right now, of the initial inquiries I’ve made to the appropriate agencies, I don’t have any evidence,” he said.

Ultimately, the origin of this tale between President Trump and the Russians was one concocted by liberal media sources trying to find any bit of inefficiency in the new administration.

The Daily Caller reports:

In a Feb. 14 story, The New York Times reported that federal investigators have evidence that at least three former Trump campaign advisers communicated with members of the Russian government prior to the election. The newspaper also reported — though further down in the story — that investigators had not found evidence that influencing the election was discussed in those calls.

The former advisers have all denied having contact with Russian officials during the campaign. The White House contends that FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe told White House chief of staff Reince Priebus on Feb. 15, the day after the Times piece was published, that the article was “bullshit.”

What are your thoughts?

Do you believe President Trump may have a private relationship with Russia?

Or do you feel the relationship is totally unfounded, and made up by liberal media sources?

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