The Hill: Suspense builds over FBI director hearing
FBI Director James Comey's appearance Monday before the House committee investigating Russian interference in the election could put to the test a fragile truce between the panel's top Republican and Democrat.
Comey and National Security Agency (NSA) head Adm. Michael Rogers are slated to testify in the House Intelligence Committee's first open hearing in the probe — a hotly-anticipated panel that is expected to quickly divide members by party.
While it's unclear how much the pair will be able to discuss openly, lawmakers are expected to be largely united in pushing the FBI director to resolve President Trump’s claim that he was “wiretapped" by his predecessor.
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