HERE WE GO: Clapper And Brennan To Be Interviewed As Part Of Investigation Into Origins Of Russia Probe

James Clapper and John Brennan may finally have to come clean.

They are both going to be interviewed as part of the investigation into the origins of the Russia probe.

It’s about time.

The Daily Caller reports:

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Report: Brennan And Clapper To Be Interviewed As Part Of Investigation Into Russia Probe Origins

U.S. Attorney John Durham intends to interview former CIA Director John Brennan as part of his investigation into U.S. intelligence agencies’ activities in the Trump-Russia probe, according to NBC News.

Brennan told NBC News, where he is an analyst, that both he and James Clapper, the former director of national intelligence, are sought for interviews with Durham’s investigators. The interviews, should they occur, would signal that Durham is expanding his investigation.

Attorney General William Barr appointed Durham to oversee an inquiry into U.S. agencies’ Trump-related intelligence-gathering activities earlier this year. Barr said he was not satisfied with official explanations about the origins of the investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russian government.

The FBI opened an investigation on July 31, 2016 into whether Trump associates were colluding with the Russian government to influence the 2016 election. The special counsel’s investigation found no evidence of a conspiracy or that any Trump associates acted as agents of Russia.

Could these two finally be held accountable for their roles?

This could end very badly for them.

Wouldn’t that be a shame?

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