Sen. Mark Warner won’t confirm Trump Jr. subpoena

The top Democrat on the Senate intelligence panel, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, would not comment on whether the panel had issued a subpoena to Donald Trump Jr. but said the committee is going to “follow the truth wherever it leads.” (May 9)

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Warner, Corker React to Trump Summit Correction

Democratic Sen. Mark Warner and Republican Sen. Bob Corker, two key lawmakers on Capitol Hill, responded to President Donald Trump’s correction of his earlier questioning of U.S. intelligence findings about Russia and the 2016 election. (July 17)

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After Tour, Warner Slams Trump on Border Policy

Democratic Sen. Mark Warner slammed the Trump administration’s border policies after taking a tour of a Va. youth facility. However, Warner praised the facility, which has 15 young immigrants who’ve been separated from relatives at the border. (June 27)

RT & Sputnik blamed for interfering in Google search results

Senator Richard Burr, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, and Senator Mark Warner, the ranking member, held a press conference about the allegations that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential elections. One example Warner listed was the prominence of “Russian propaganda” outlets such as RT and Sputnik in Google search results.


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