The Department of Justice told the House Judiciary Committee that it would make special counsel David Weiss available to testify before it in the “near term,” a timetable that seemingly conflicts with that of Chair Jim Jordan, R-Ohio.
Jordan said Sunday that Weiss, who’s prosecuting Hunter Biden, “has committed” to appear before the committee on Oct. 18. The DOJ sent the letter to Jordan on Friday, CNBC reported. It’s unclear if the DOJ is abiding Jordan’s timeline.
Jordan originally sought an Oct. 11 interview with Weiss.
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