The Deputy FBI Director, Andrew McCabe is set to testify Tuesday before the house Intelligence Committee.
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The Deputy FBI Director, Andrew McCabe is scheduled to testify behind closed doors on Tuesday before the house Intelligence Committee, a source close to the matter, said Fox News.
According to the source, the witness deals with issues such as the role of the Hillary Clinton E-Mail inquiry from Peter Strzok, a former deputy assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, was removed by the staff of the Special Counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, earlier this year, according to Müller, Strzok learned anti-Trump lyrics had exchanged with a colleague.
House investigators said previously, Fox News, you long Strzok regarded as a Central figure in the chain of events, if the Bureau, in the year of 2016, received the infamous anti-trump “dossier” — the McCabe will be asked on Tuesday and a counterintelligence investigation launched into a possible Russian interference in the election.
The “dossier” was a compendium of suggestive and largely untested, claims about the candidates, Trump and others around him, was drawn up by the opposition research company, Fusion GPS. The company, the bank records, the house investigators, revealed that the project was promoted by the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., previously, documents and witnesses from the judiciary sought to the Ministry and FBI, to what is the role of to determine, if at all, the dossier played in the movement of a trump campaign map, under foreign monitoring.
McCabe is also the result of portfolio will be asked Strzok. He participated in the FBI’s disastrous interview with Hillary Clinton on the 2. July 2016 — just a few days before then-FBI Director James Comey announced he was to recommend declining prosecution of Clinton in connection with your use of, as Secretary of state, the private E-Mail server.
Strzok, the Bureau oversaw interviews with then National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn, and Comey modified early draft of the language about Clinton’s actions in regard to their private E-Mail server of “gross negligence” to “extremely reckless.”
Fox News’ Catherine Herridge contributed to this report.