Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-SC, is requesting interviews with FBI and DOJ officials linked to the handling of the July 31, 2016 Crossfire Hurricane probe, according to a letter the Chairman sent to Attorney General William Barr Friday.
In the letter, Graham also requests clarity on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant and its renewals used to spy on former Trump campaign volunteer Carter Page. Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s December, 2019 report found seventeen significant inaccuracies or omissions in those secret federal surveillance applications.
Page told The Sara Carter Show last month that he’s “encouraged and appreciative” for Inspector General Michael Horowitz, but warned that the findings were just “the tip of the iceberg.”
Graham’s letter requests that the following individuals testify: Supervisory Special Agent 1, Case Agent 1, Case Agent 2, Case Agent 3, Staff Operations Specialist, Supervisory Intelligence Analyst, Supervisory Special Agent 2, Supervisory Special Agent 3, OGC Unit Chief, Intel Section Chief, Stephen Laycock, Kieran Ramsey, Jennifer Boone, Bruce Ohr, Dana Boente, Deputy Section Chief, NSD and Gabriel Sanz-Rexach.
Read the full letter below: