Two of President Trump’s top campaign aides have handed over documents requested by the Senate Intelligence Committee amid the panel’s probe of Russian election interference, NBC News reported Monday.
Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and unofficial Trump adviser Roger Stone provided the information to the Senate committee’s investigators by last Friday’s deadline, the report said.
The panel also reportedly sent document requests earlier this month to former Trump policy adviser Carter Page and former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Stone and a spokesman for Manafort confirmed to NBC News that the two of them fulfilled the committee’s request. Read more here.