(Washington Examiner) Rep. Devin Nunes said U.S. Attorney John Durham needs to convene a grand jury in his review of the origins of the Russia investigation to determine the full extent of the role played by the Steele dossier in the FBI's work.
"The U.S. attorney in Connecticut needs to get all this information quickly as possible and then interview all these people under oath in front of a grand jury," the California Republican said Wednesday evening on Fox News.
Durham was tasked by Attorney General William Barr earlier this year to examine the early stages of the counterintelligence investigation into the Trump campaign, which the FBI says began in July 2016. He has the ability to convene a grand jury and subpoena people outside of the government.
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