Washington D.C. - In a highly anticipated move, John Durham, the special counsel appointed during the Trump administration to investigate alleged ties between Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign and Russia, is scheduled to testify before two House committees this week. The testimony comes more than a month after Durham released a report that concluded the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) lacked a proper basis to initiate the investigation. The release of the report reignited partisan debates over the alleged politicization of federal intelligence and law enforcement agencies.
House Republicans have seized upon Durham's report as evidence that. . .