Rosenstein’s interview with Trump’s congressional allies postponed indefinitely


The House Judiciary Committee and the Oversight and Government Reform Committee were expected to speak with Rosenstein behind closed doors Thursday as part of their probe into federal law enforcement’s conduct during the investigations of Trump’s campaign and Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. But a dispute over the terms of the interview prevented the committees and the Justice Department from agreeing on when a meeting would occur, according to people familiar with the discussions.

The delay means Rosenstein may not appear on Capitol Hill for an interview until after next month’s elections, potentially exposing him to a subpoena. The House Judiciary Committee has frequently used subpoenas in its investigation to compel witness testimony and the production of Justice Department documents.

“We have many questions for Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein and expect…



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