BACK ON HOT SEAT: FBI deputy McCabe to be questioned in closed-door session by House panels


FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe will be questioned Thursday in a closed-door session by the House Judiciary and the House Oversight committees, according to Reuters.

McCabe, who testified for eight hours on Tuesday before the full House Intelligence Committee, will return to Capitol Hill on Thursday for the transcribed interview.

A letter obtained by Reuters from the Judiciary Committee states that McCabe will not be permitted to testify about special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election meddling during the interview.

The deputy FBI director testified Tuesday about perceived bias from FBI agents assigned to Mueller’s team against President Trump.

McCabe has been a Republican target since it was revealed that his wife took political donations from Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-Va.), a longtime ally of the Clintons. Republicans in Congress in recent weeks have been more vocal in questioning the integrity of agents assigned to Mueller’s office after it was revealed that one agent, Peter Strzok, was removed from the team over text messages indicating political bias against Trump.


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