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Rep. Speier on the work ahead for Intelligence Committee

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Rep. Jackie Speier, member of the House Intelligence Committee, said they want to bring back witnesses for the Russia investigation, as they "lied openly" during interviews. Speier points out that in the last 60 years "only 6 people have actually been prosecuted for lying to Congress."