Congressman Gowdy is among the better prosecutors and interrogators among his committee.
Does the U.S. Senate have anyone of his caliber?
CA. Senator Dianne Feinstein is co-chair on this committee along with Chairman Richard Burr, (R-NC)
When it comes to matters of such importance, this reporter doesn’t look at Senator Feinstein to be an obstruction but to work with the committee to come to a just conclusion.
We must wait until June 8th to see as it will be an open session of the Senate Committee.
Doubtless, Senators from the Left will waste time attempting to defend the indefensible.
Jun 1, 2017
Former FBI Director James Comey will testify before the Senate Intelligence Committee next week, the committee announced Thursday.
He will testify first in an open session on Russia’s alleged meddling in the 2016 election at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, June 8th with a closed session to follow.
During his testimony, Comey is expected to say President Trump pressured him to end the FBI’s investigation into ties between Trump’s campaign associates and Russia.
It was reported Wednesday.Comey’s testimony is highly anticipated, as he led the investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election before Trump fired him last month.Following Comey’s firing, several news reports revealed details of various interactions the former FBI director had with the president.
Comey recorded his interactions with Trump in memos while working at the FBI, and the details of those memos — including his conversations with Trump — are expected to be discussed during his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The details of Comey’s memos have caused concern among lawmakers on Capitol Hill, particularly Democrats, who are questioning whether Trump attempted to obstruct the Russia probe.
After Comey was fired, the Justice Department appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller to serve as special counsel and oversee the probe.
Though some lawmakers were initially concerned that Mueller’s appointment would prevent Comey from testifying privately, Comey and Mueller met privately to discuss how Comey could testify and avoid “legal entanglements.”