Grassley spokesman Taylor Foy called the release 'totally confounding,' saying: 'Her action undermines the integrity of the committee's oversight work and jeopardizes its ability to secure candid voluntary testimony relating to the independent recollections of future witnesses.However Simpson ultimately wanted the transcript released, and also wants the House Intelligence panel to release his testimony.

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Ultimately, Carrie was true to herself — and admitted to Bill that urinating on her lover has “never really been my thing.” Although she did offer up some other reasonable options: “Maybe you could close your eyes and I could dribble warm tea on you. Or maybe you might think it’s fun to hear the sound of running water when we have sex.

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Charles Grassley of Iowa, who last week, with fellow Republican Lindsey Graham of South Carolina provided a criminal referral of Steele matter to the FBI for prosecution.

Both actions highlight the breakdown of bipartisan cooperation on the panel.

Fusion GPS continues to probe ties between President Trump and Russia, according to a new report.

Simpson finds himself caught in the crosshairs as Republican congressional committees probe the origins of the dossier and his firm's role in its creation – in addition to simultaneously representing other clients like a Russian lawyer who attended an infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Donald Trump Jr.Neither Simpson or his lawyer offered any information during the testimony on a specific person who had been killed as a result of the dossier.There were reports in 2016 about a string of Russian diplomats who turned up dead, including ambassadors to Greece and India and Russia's ambassador to the UN.Simpson relayed how he came to hire former British intelligence officer Chris Steele, with whom he had worked previously – and said it was Steele's decision to bring material he uncovered to the FBI in the summer of 2016.He told investigative lawyers that he found Steele's memos 'really serious and really credible' both because of Steele's reputation and his own prior reporting on the Russians and their work with western lobbyists.We've had death threats come to the company,' he said.