Kevin Clinesmith, who worked as a lawyer with the FBI for four years, is the first person to be charged in the Justice Department's review of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's 2017 investigation.
"Mr. Chairman, let her answer the question. Just because it's a woman testifying doesn't mean she has to be cut off every answer," Senator Patrick Leahy told Graham.
The three-judge panel suggested it might be inappropriate for them to force the hand of the trial court, at least for now, before the judge issued his ruling on the motion to dismiss.
""These reports, if true, raise profound new concerns that the Department of Justice under Attorney General William Barr has lost its independence and become a vehicle for President Trump's political revenge," Representative Jerry Nadler tweeted.
Thus far, the House Intelligence chairman said the FBI has only provided him a "generic statement of process" to his questions about the counterintelligence probe that originated before the Russia investigation.
"After two years, the Special Counsel is moving on with his life," Sanders' statement read. "And everyone else should do the same."
Some of the special counsel's investigators spoke out because they feared that Attorney General William Barr's version of the Mueller report's findings would harden public perception before the full report was released.
"The Trump investigation did not start with the FISA warrant and Carter Page and even the dossier," Wallace said.
"The takeaway from this call is that the American [people] deserve the truth," Pelosi reportedly told Democrats on Saturday.
"S***, I'm not going to see the Mueller report, am I?" Walter Tendler recalled his 93-year-old father saying shortly before he passed away.
"I have been fully briefed on the investigation, and I look forward to director Mueller delivering the report," Whitaker said.
The special counsel's probe could hit the very top of the Trump campaign, said former CIA Director John Brennan.
Chris Wallace called out Trump's suggestion that Michael Flynn didn't lie during his interview with Harris Faulkner.
In an op-ed, published Thursday by Fox News, Napolitano sets out views that directly contradict those of Giuliani's.
The panel suggested Mueller was a "serious threat" to the country.
"There's a massive amount of risk. The risk of losing his office. That's the risk," Ari Fleischer said.
The president hit out at the probe into Russian election meddling a week after meeting Putin.
The president called it "incredible" that the country could be seen as an adversary because of the help it provided during World War II.
Jill Wine-Banks said history will remember the president's support for Putin.
Democrats on the Senate intelligence committee have reportedly wanted to interview Ivanka Trump for some time.
Rick Gerson befriended Jared Kushner more than 10 years ago and is the founder, chairman and chief investment officer of Falcon Edge Capital, LP.
The lawyer previously suggested the investigation would end by fall.
"We need all the documents before we can decide whether we are going to do an interview," Giuliani said.
The president has previously said people have told him to fire Robert Mueller.