‘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.”