Republicans on House Panel Find No Collusion Between Russia and Trump Campaign

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Panel found ‘bad judgment’ and some ‘inappropriate meetings’ between members of the Trump campaign and Russians; report not yet shared with Democrats on committee

WASHINGTON—Republican lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee have drafted a report saying the panel’s yearlong probe into Russian election interference found no evidence that Moscow colluded with Donald Trump’s campaign or that the Kremlin favored Mr. Trump in the 2016 race.

The panel found “bad judgment” and some “inappropriate meetings” between members of the Trump campaign and Russians, but no sign that those amounted to collusion, said Rep. Mike Conaway (R., Texas), who has been heading the probe since last spring.