The Federal Bureau of Investigation is stepping up efforts to comply with a subpoena from the House Judiciary Committee by doubling the number of staffers committed to the task.
FBI Director Christopher Wray says he’ll cooperate with the request to provide documents showing how his agency investigated Hillary Clinton’s email scandal, but he asked for more time to do so.
A summons was issued last week by Virginia Republican Rep. Bob Goodlatte, requesting not only evidence from the Clinton probe, but also documentation relating to the firing of former agency deputy director Andrew McCabe as well as potential FISA abuses.
Wray announced in a statement on Tuesday that “Up until today, we have dedicated 27 FBI staff to review the records. The actual number of documents responsive to this request is likely in the thousands. Regardless, I agree that the current pace of production is too slow.”
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