Durham to Testify to House Judiciary Committee Over Much Anticipated Report

John Durham to testify before GOP-led House Judiciary Committee in June

John Durham is slated to testify before the GOP-led House in both a public hearing and behind closed doors in June, addressing his special counsel investigation into the Trump-Russia investigators and the findings of his bombshell report.
Durham will testify in a public hearing in front of the House Judiciary Committee, which is led by Rep. Jim Jordan (R‑OH), on June 21, GOP congressional staffer Russell Dye told the Washington Examiner, and the special counsel will also speak behind closed doors with the House Intelligence Committee, chaired by Rep. Mike Turner (R‑OH), the day prior on June 20.
Durham’s report revealed that evidence of Trump-Russia collusion never materialized and that British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s discredited dossier was linked to Russian sources. It also concluded that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s campaign played an outsize role in pushing such collusion claims to the media and the FBI.
Jordan formally invited Durham to testify before his committee the day the special counsel’s report was released.
The House Judiciary Committee tweeted the day the Durham report was released that “they all lied to us” in reference to fired FBI Director James Comey, fired FBI deputy assistant director of counterintelligence Peter Strzok, and former FBI lawyer Lisa Page, key figures in the Crossfire Hurricane investigation, as well as Rep. Adam Schiff (D‑CA), who pushed baseless claims of Trump-Russia collusion and read portions of Steele’s discredited dossier into the congressional record in early 2017.

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