David Kramer, a former State Department employee and currently a senior fellow at the nonprofit McCain Institute, has been directed to appear before investigators on January 11.
An associate of Rep. Senator John McCain has been subpoenaed by the House Intelligence Committee over his reported knowledge of the names behind the infamous dossier on President Donald Trump.
According to Fox News, Committee Chairman Devin Nunes issued a subpoena to David Kramer, a former State Department employee who now serves as a senior fellow at the McCain Institute for International Leadership, on Wednesday to obtain information about his meeting with Christopher Steele, a former British spy and the author of the dossier, the contents of which have not yet been confirmed.
The committee told Fox News that Kramer visited Steele in London in November 2016, where he reportedly received information and a copy of the document, which he delivered to McCain upon returning home. The senator gave the dossier to the FBI in December 2016.