A top Republican investigator said he expects U.S. Attorney John Durham to release a report “real soon.”
Rep. Jim Jordan, the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, reported on Sunday having “numerous talks” with the Justice Department.
“Mr. Durham is doing his work. I expect some kind of report … real soon,” Jordan said when asked by Maria Bartiromo on Fox News about the criminal inquiry into the Russia investigation.
He did not provide more specific details.
Durham was appointed by Attorney General William Barr more than a year and a half ago to investigate misconduct by federal law enforcement, intelligence officials, and others related to the FBI’s inquiry into links between President Trump’s campaign and Russia. So far, the prosecutor has secured one guilty plea from a former FBI lawyer.
Democrats and national security veterans have criticized the DOJ inquiry as a politicized weapon that Barr can use against the president’s political adversaries. Trump and