John Durham to testify to House Judiciary Committee in June
His report found that the FBI began its investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign without any predicating evidence.
Special Counsel John Durham will testify before the House Judiciary Committee in June, a source confirmed to Just the News.
Durham recently published his final report after years of investigating the origins of the Trump-Russia collusion hoax. He will appear before House lawmakers on June 21.
The special counsel found that the FBI began its investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign without any predicating evidence.
It further highlighted that senior intelligence and Obama administration officials, among them former CIA Director John Brennan and FBI James Comey, were aware of a plan by the Clinton campaign to fabricate ties between Trump and Moscow even before the presidential contest concluded in Trump's favor.
Durham also noted that the case against Trump's campaign was so weak that British intelligence officials refused to participate in the investigation.
The House Judiciary Committee is one of several Republican-dominated panels investigating the Biden administration. Senate Republicans have also called on Illinois Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin, the chairman of the upper chamber's corresponding committee, to call Durham to testify.
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