The Russia Investigations: 'Putin's Fine. He's Fine. We're All Fine.'

The president said he is prepared for an upcoming summit with Vladimir Putin. Senate Republicans also visited Moscow this week. And the Senate Intelligence Committee backed the intelligence community.

This week in the Russia investigations: Please don't interfere!, Senate Republicans tell Moscow. Peter Strzok heads back into the lion's den. Is Mueller farming out work? The Senate intel committee supports the intelligence community.

"Putin's fine ... We're all fine"

Members of a Republican delegation to Russia over the Independence Day holiday said they made a clear request of their hosts: Don't attack any more American elections.

"We want to make certain that kind of interference doesn't occur in 2018 or 2020 or beyond," Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas told NPR's Lucian Kim.

The leader of the delegation, Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby, said he thought the meetings had a hopeful tone. He wouldn't use the R-word — "reset" —

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