The House Intelligence Committee on Monday released a transcript of the nearly 7-hour interview with Page as part of its Russia investigation, giving a new picture of a man at the heart of the Russia controversy.
A platoon of at least eight staffers from Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Microsoft that helped the Trump team hone its digital strategy.
Twitter said its decision to kill the ads from RT and Sputnik was in response to the conclusion by the Director of National Intelligence that they tried to interfere in the U.S. election in 2016 on behalf of the Russian government.
Speaking to Fox Business Network, the president said closer ties between Washington and Moscow could help solve the crisis on the Peninsula, while praising China for its help with Pyongyang.
If the DOJ succeeds though, thousands of Facebook users’ information could wind up in the government’s hands.