Former CIA Director Brennan Says He Would Testify to Congress

Former CIA Director John Brennan said Thursday he would gladly testify to Congress. Speaking on MSNBC on the same day that ex-FBI head James Comey agreed to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Brennan said: "I welcome the opportunity to testify publicly in front of the Justice Committee." "I am happy to talk to them just the way I spoke to John Durham, the Department of Justice, or any other committee on the hill," he added later. Durham is the U.S. Attorney leading the criminal investigation into Crossfire Hurricane, the FBI's previous counter-intelligence probe into Donald Trump's campaign. A former FBI attorney pleaded guilty this month to altering an emaiRead More From Source

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