Special Counsel John Durham will testify to members of the House Intelligence Committee in a closed session on June 20 and publicly to the chamber’s Judiciary Committee on June 21 about his report on the FBI’s investigation into allegations of collusion between former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russian officials.
Rep. Troy Nehls, R-Texas, confirmed the Judiciary Committee hearing date on his Twitter account Friday, adding that “accountability is coming.”
National Review, reporting the date for Durham’s Intelligence Committee hearing testimony, pointed out it’s been almost four years since then-Attorney General Bill Barr brought Durham on as the special counsel to investigate the origins of the Russian collusion probe.
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