During testimony in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday, President Donald Trump's nominee to head the FBI was asked a series of questions about foreign governments meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Specifically, longtime attorney and former federal prosecutor Christopher Wray was pressed about under reported efforts between the Clinton campaign, Democrat National Committee and officials from the Ukraine government to undermine Donald Trump's candidacy. The collusion and combined efforts of the DNC and Ukraine officials were so significant, representatives from each camp met at the Ukrainian Embassy in Washington D.C. to strategize.
Senator Lindsey Graham: Would you agree with me that it is wrong for the Ukraine to be involved in our elections?
Wray: Yes Senator. I take any....
Graham: I got you, right answer. Now, will you look into this?
Wray: I'd be happy to dig into it.
Both campaigns, Clinton and Trump, appear to have taken help from foreign governments during the 2016 presidential election in opposition to one another.
The Trump campaign's alleged collusion with Russia, however, has been significantly more attention by Democrats and the media.