In 2017, after the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Muller to oversee the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation.
Congressional Republicans asked the Department of Justice to appoint a second Special Counsel to investigate other matters they wanted investigated, like the Clinton Foundation, Uranium One, and FISA abuse. Then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions refused, but he tasked John Huber, U.S. Attorney for the District of Utah, with reviewing some of these matters and making recommendations as to whether any new investigations needed to be opened or any new Special Counsels needed to be appointed.
I discuss the exact scope of Huber’s review in my answer here. But now I’m wondering what Huber has done so far in his review. The review is still ongoing, but my question is, have any witnesses been interviewed in connection to Huber’s review? In other cases, like the Trump-Russia investigation, people who were interviewed by Mueller’s team have told the press about it. Has the same happened in this case?