Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Richard Burr told Politico on Wednesday that the panel reached an agreement wherein they will receive the memos former FBI Director James Comey wrote.
The memos allegedly recount the interactions Comey had with President Trump. Both the House and Senate committees are looking into alleged Russian interference in the election and have continually tried to obtain them.
Burr commented that “I’ve got a commitment” but did not mention who committed the memos.
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Comey’s testimony back in June before the Senate Intelligence Committee was a major let down for those looking to catch the President, but it also opened up new angles to the investigation and it was revealed that Comey gave some of his memos to friend Daniel Richman in order to leak to the New York Times.