Attorney General Jeff Sessions is set to testify Tuesday morning before the House Judiciary Committee where he will likely be asked about Russian interference in the 2016 election, the Trump dossier, Fusion GPS and the possible appointment of a special counsel to investigate Hillary Clinton.
The attorney general appeared before congressional committees in June and October on the same topic. The investigations into Russian collusion have so-far only produced charges for financial crimes, filing issues and lying to the FBI. No crimes related to collusion with Russia have yet to be discovered.
Republican members of the committee may also ask Sessions about potential interference from within the Justice Department and specifically the FBI. They will also want to hear about the looming investigation into Hillary Clinton’s involvement in the sale of Uranium One.
Sessions is expected to appear at 10:00 a.m. EST.