( CNN) Despite his own reservations about Russian meddling in the 2016 election, President Donald Trump eluded critics and pressed Russian President Vladimir Putin on the issue during their private session in Germany. Not surprisingly, Putin denied any meddling. Their 2-hour session may have ended, but the Russia probe is far from over.

As with all things political, election irregularities are viewed through a number of partisan lenses: Democrats point to voter suppression, Republican claim voter fraud, and many focus on Russian interference in our election process. The reality is , none of these are mutually exclusive. The only way to put all those anxieties to rest is to fully investigate the 2016 election and work to restore integrity to the process and foster voter participation.

President Trump's Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is taking steps to uncover voting irregularities and make necessary changes. The bipartisan committee aims to review election issues in places like Russia, Ohio, while also shedding light on possible Russian meddling.