After three months, it appears that even the Senate has given up on "proving" a Russian tie to the Trump Campaign.

Tim Mak / The Daily Beast: Senate Trump-Russia Probe Has No Full-Time Staff, No Key Witnesses  —  There are just seven part-time staffers working on the Senate inquiry.  None of them are trained investigators.  And they haven't interviewed a single player in Trump's orbit.  
The Senate Intelligence Committee’s probe into Russia’s election interference is supposedly the best hope for getting the public credible answers about whether there was any coordination between the Kremlin and Trump Tower.
But there are serious reasons to doubt that it can accomplish this task, as currently configured.
More than three months after the committee announced that it had agreed on the scope of the investigation, the panel has not begun substantially investigating possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, three individuals with ties to the committee told The Daily Beast.

Editor's notes:  Funny,  but I am not aware that anyone of prominence is continuing this silly investigation into a Trump/Putin partnership.  The fact that this Senate committee is obviously not serious about its assignment,  should tell us all we need to know.

Trump via Nikki Haley has publicly scolded the Russians curing U.N. debate.  The Russian meeting with Secretary of State Tillerson came off as one the coldest reception seen in the past 20 years  . . . . .  ice cold and unproductive.  Trump's attack in Syria,  was a direct slap in the face to the Russian presence in that country.  All of this defeats the Hillary inspired excuse for losing the past election.