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Congressman Mike Quigley

Representing the 5th District of Illinois

Russia Investigation

It is no secret that Moscow has a longstanding desire to undermine the liberal democratic order led by the United States. Vladimir Putin’s goal to erode public trust in the democratic process is evident by his intrusion in our election, but also by his willingness to disrupt the electoral process across Europe. We must continue our efforts to ensure Russia never meddles in our democracy again. Their actions not only threaten our democratic process and our founding ideals but also our economy and security.

As the only Illinois member on the House Intelligence Committee, I am fully committed to doing whatever it takes to keep our country safe. This includes my commitment to our investigation into Russia, in terms of both their election hacking and their ties with President Trump’s campaign. Congress’ response to these incidents will have major foreign policy implications in the weeks, months, and years to come. The world is watching, and we must do all we can to deter future intrusions into our institutions, from Russia or any other actors who wish us harm.  

Rep. Quigley questions FBI Director Comey about Russian collusion during House Intelligence Open Hearing.

Rep. Quigley joins Senator Durbin in meeting with Ukrainian President Poroshenko to discuss efforts to strengthen strategic U.S.-Ukraine partnership.

Rep. Mike Quigley spoke on the House Floor to introduce a resolution of inquiry, requesting that President Trump and Attorney General Sessions provide evidence on wiretapping allegations.

More on Russia Investigation

Mar 14, 2017 In the News
Rep. Mike Quigley, D-Ill., slammed White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday, comparing the daily media briefing and its defenses of President Trump to self-parody.
Mar 13, 2017 In the News
A Democratic member of the House Intelligence Committee had a field day criticizing President Trump during a television interview Monday night — calling his claim that Barack Obama tapped his phones “a charade” and declaring “we are in the business of creating scripts for ‘Saturday Night Live.'”
Mar 9, 2017 In the News
Rep. Quigley, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, comments on developments in the Trump Administration’s ties to Russia and the need for Jeff Sessions to resign as Attorney General.
Mar 2, 2017 Press Release
Representative Mike Quigley (IL-05), member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), released the following statement on reports of Attorney General Sessions’ lies regarding Russian meetings, as well as HPSCI’s approved scope of the Russian investigation:
Mar 2, 2017 In the News
The stakes are high and so is the pushback, U.S. Rep. Mike Quigley said Thursday as the House Intelligence Committee embarks on an investigation into whether Russia tampered with the 2016 presidential election.

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