Intelligence Committee Worried About Key Review

Via The Washington Examiner:

The bipartisan duo leading the Senate Intelligence Committee are likely “very concerned” about the Justice Department review of the Russia investigation, according to former U.S. Attorney Joe DiGenova.

DiGenova, a lawyer whose work has been caught up in the Ukraine-impeachment controversy, said Republican Chairman Richard Burr of North Carolina and Democratic Vice Chairman Mark Warner of Virginia appear to be under scrutiny by U.S. Attorney John Durham’s team.

“I also think that Burr and Warner are very, very concerned about where the Durham probe is going in looking into activities of those two senators with various lawyers and nonlawyers, including journalists in the run-up to the leaking of the Carter Page affidavit,” DiGenova toldWMAL’s Mornings on the Mall this week.

DiGenova appeared to be alluding to the case of James Wolfe, a longtime Senate Intelligence Committee aide who pleaded guilty in late 2018 to lying to investigators looking into leaks of classified information.