Director of national intelligence Dan Coats and NSA head Michael Rogers face tough questioning from Senate committee

US intelligence chiefs have refused to say whether Donald Trump asked them to curb an FBI-led investigation into contacts between his campaign and Moscow.

The director of national intelligence, Dan Coats, and the head of the National Security Agency, Michael Rogers, faced tough questioning from the Senate intelligence committee on Wednesday about their communications with the president, after a spate of reports that he had asked them to use their influence to stop or restrict the investigation.

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