On Monday, the House Intelligence Committee held a rare public hearing, with FBI Director James Comey and NSA chief Adm. Mike Rogers expected to face questions about Russia's involvement in the U.S. election, any ties between Russia and President Trump's campaign, who leaked information to the media about Trump campaign communications with Russia, and whether there is any evidence to back up Trump's claim that former President Barack Obama had his Trump Tower phones wiretapped. Comey is expected to say there is no evidence Trump's phones were tapped, but nobody is sure what other questions he will answer. Democrats are most eager to discuss any connections between Trump and Russia while Republicans are focused on who has been disclosing potentially classified information.

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