Keith Schiller, who served as President Donald Trump's director of security for years before being tapped as director of Oval Office Operations, is set to talk privately to the House panel probing Russian influence on the 2016 election, CNN reported Wednesday.
The long-time Trump confidante will appear before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday, CNN reported, citing two unnamed sources.
Schiller is just one of several people set to talk to the panel, but Democrats on the committee have been interested in what Schiller has to say, according to CNN since he has long been tied to Trump's inner circle.
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