‘How many times is this guy go­ing to be re­quired to tes­tify?’ Vacco asks


nor did Kil­imnik’s name sur­face at all dur­ing Mr. Ca­puto’s time work­ing on the 2016 pres­i­den­tial cam­paign of Don­ald J. Trump.”

As for the no­tion of Ca­puto ap­pear­ing be­fore the Ju­di­ciary Com­mit­tee, Vacco dis­missed such a pos­si­bil­ity as re­dun­dant.

“Re­spect­fully, there are only so many ways the same ques­tions can be asked of Mr. Ca­puto,” Vacco wrote.

Vacco also once again sug­gested that Ca­puto’s 2017 tes­ti­mony be­fore the House In­tel­li­gence Com­mit­tee be pub­licly re­leased. Vacco added that he saw no rea­son why the Ju­di­ciary panel couldn’t just ask the In­tel­li­gence Com­mit­tee for a tran­script of its ses­sion with Ca­puto.

House Ju­di­ciary Com­mit­tee staffers did not re­spond to re­quests for com­ments on Vacco’s let­ter about the in­ves­ti­ga­tion – which, Vacco said, Ca­puto sim­ply couldn’t help.

“He’s got noth­ing to hide around the so-called col­lu­sion in­ves­ti­ga­tion,” Vacco said in the in­ter­view. “He’s got no in­for­ma­tion, nor does he have any knowl­edge.”


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