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House hearing to focus on the ” ear ” of the relationship with the former British spy, Christopher Steele, Catherine Herridge reports, to expect what questions.

A Republican Rep. in addition, the Ministry of justice and the general asks meadows to check out the inspector DOJ official Bruce ear for the contacts with the Trump dossier author Christopher Steele, as well as the FBI, said in a new letter, your coordination may have broken the “established Protocol, in order to further their investigation of the Trump campaign.”

Meadows, in the letter to state attorney General Jeff Sessions and DOJ inspector General Michael Horowitz, said that he wrote to promote Horowitz and the US Minister of justice John Huber “Mr ear involvement in these events in their parallel investigations, such as his testimony brought new aspects to light.”

Horowitz investigates misuse of government surveillance, while Huber was commissioned by sessions, the implementation of a separate study, to investigate similar issues. Ear, was in the meantime in the middle of the Republican control over his contacts with Steele and his wife, the role of the work for the Fusion of GPS, the company behind the dossier.

According to Meadows’ letter, during his transcribed interview last week behind closed doors on Capitol Hill, the ear, the volunteer, described the legislators and the staff of the “multiple” contacts with the FBI and Steele before and after the ex-British spy has been triggered by the FBI, a confidential source. Steele has been completed, about his contacts with the media about the controversial Trump dossier in the fall of 2016.

House Republican lawmakers are now deliberating, to remind you, a former senior FBI leadership, it may also be triggered Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Director James Comey fired, the back-channel communication, authorized Steele bypassed termination.

Meadows, North Carolina Congressman and leader of the conservative liberty Caucus, also wrote that the ear testified neither he nor his wife, Nellie, was interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Müller as part of the Russia-investigation. Said a source close to the investigation, his wife received “multiple payments” while your in 2016, working for the Fusion of GPS.

The legislature has, it is not excluded, calling Nellie’s ear as a witness.

“According to Mr. ear witness, of his concerns in connection with Mr. Steele-bias and his own apparent conflict of interest do not appear in the approved materials to the guards about [Trump’s campaign aide] Carter Page has been included in the FISA,” the letter said.

Republican lawmakers have long questioned how the law enforcement authorities were able to secure a number of surveillance warrants against Carter page, suggesting the dossier played an oversized role.

The IG’s office and the Ministry of justice declined to comment for this report.

Separately, meadows to explore, together with Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, has asked Horowitz, allegations that the Deputy General Prosecutor Rod Rosenstein subpoena the records of Congress workers were threatened with the persecution of the monitoring warrant to issue.

The allegations were first documented in a June report by Fox News. At the time, DOJ officials, Fox News said that Rosenstein “never threatened anybody in the room with a criminal investigation.” The official said, “Department” and ” Bureau officials in the room, “are all quite clear that the characterization of the events put on here is wrong,” adding that Rosenstein was as a response to a threat of contempt.

On Aug. 6, Horowitz wrote to the Congressman that, “We will carefully review the information you provide in your letter. According to our assessment, the information you and your request, we will be in further contact with you.”

Catherine Herridge is an award-winning chief Intelligence correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC) based in Washington, DC she covers intelligence, the justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security. Herridge joined FNC in 1996 as the London correspondent.

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