“Mr. Speaker, I request the link www.dougcollins.house.gov/transparency be placed in the record so the American people can review the transcripts of these interviews.”
WASHINGTON — Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee, entered into the Congressional Record the remaining nine transcripts from the Judiciary Committee’s investigation, joint with the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Included are the transcripts of interviews with Trisha Anderson, William Sweeny, Loretta Lynch, James Rybicki, Andrew McCabe, George Toscas, Jonathan Moffa, John Giacalone and Sally Moyer.
Below are the remarks as prepared.
Ranking Member Collins: Mr. Speaker, thus far I have released several transcripts of interviews from the Judiciary Committee’s investigation into the apparent wrongdoing at the FBI and Justice Department. Today, I am releasing a final collection of those transcripts.
The American people deserve transparency. They deserve to know what transpired in the highest levels of the FBI at the origin of the probe of President Trump’s campaign.
Mr. Speaker, I request the link www.dougcollins.house.gov/transparency be placed in the record so the American people can review the transcripts of these interviews.
Out of an abundance of caution, these transcripts have a limited number of narrowly tailored redactions, relating only to confidential sources and methods, non-public information about ongoing investigations and non-material personal information.
I have worked to release as many transcripts as possible because the American people deserve the truth.