Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson wants copies of the full transcripts from interviews the Office of Special Counsel conducted with two officials who indicated the former FBI director began drafting a statement exonerating Hillary Clinton before interviewing her or her closest aides.
Johnson, R-Wis., sent a letter to Adam Miles, acting special counsel for the Office of Special Counsel, on Sept. 8 requesting the full, unredacted transcripts from the office’s interviews with two officials worked with former FBI Director James Comey — James Rybicki, Comey’s chief of staff, and Trisha Anderson, the principal deputy general counsel of national security and cyberlaw.
Both officials worked closely with Comey at the FBI.
“The information may shed light on the FBI’s decision-making process during the FBI’s investigation, the FBI’s interactions with other federal entities, the FBI’s distinction between ‘extreme carelessness’ and ‘gross negligence,’ and the potential harm done by Secretary Clinton’s use of a private email server,” Johnson wrote.
Read more at the Washington Examiner.