Three FBI agents are set to testify in June regarding the Hillary Clinton email probe.
In what comes after four months of investigation into the FBI’s handling of the Hillary Clinton probe, House Republicans are set to conduct more interviews into the matter.
Since October, the panel is reported to have only interviewed two witnesses — of about 20 potential witnesses — infuriating conservative members who are more than eager to uncover what some have characterized as “corruption.”
The joint investigation led by the Judiciary and the Oversight and Government Reform committees has set three key witness interviews for June, these will include testimony from Bill Priestap, the assistant director of the FBI’s counterintelligence division, and Michael Steinbach, the former head of the FBI’s national security division.
Multiple congressional sources have confirmed Priestap will be interviewed and Michael Steinbach officially confirmed to The Hill that he would be appearing.
John Giacalone will be the third witness, who preceded Michael Steinbach as the FBI’s top national security official and oversaw the first seven months of the Hillary Clinton probe, has also been confirmed according to multiple congressional sources.
With alleged widespread misconduct within the FBI and the Justice Department during the 2016 election and evidence of systemic bias against the president. Republicans are said to be ramping back up the Hillary Clinton investigation.
Led by chairs Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), respectively, The joint Judiciary–Oversight review is centered on the FBI’s decision-making regarding both the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while secretary of State and the investigation into possible ties between Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia.
All three interviews are scheduled separately. Priestap will appear in the first week of June, Giacalone in the second and Steinbach in the final week of the month, according to the congressional source.
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