Samantha PowerSamantha Power White House: US has donated 200 million COVID-19 vaccines around the world Overnight Energy & Environment — Presented by ExxonMobil — Climate divides conservative Democrats in reconciliation push 12 top U.S. officials to join Biden at major climate conference MORE, former President Obama's ambassador to the United Nations is set to meet with congressional investigators on the Senate Intelligence Committee in a closed session on Friday, according to a CNN report.
Senate investigators examining Russia's role in the 2016 presidential campaign and possible ties between the Trump campaign and Moscow have interviewed a slew of former Obama administration officials in recent weeks.
Obama's former national security adviser Susan Rice met with the intelligence panel last week, as did former chief of staff Denis McDonoughDenis Richard McDonoughOvernight Defense & National Security — Presented by Raytheon Technologies — House lawmakers eye military pay raise next year VA secretary pledges to house hundreds of homeless veterans in LA by end of year Expats plead with US to deliver COVID-19 vaccines MORE and James Clapper, Obama's former director of national intelligence.
Ben Rhodes, Obama's former deputy national security adviser, was also reportedly interviewed by the panel on Tuesday.
In addition to speaking with the Senate Intelligence Committee, CNN reported, Power has also agreed to meet with lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee, which is conducting its own investigation into Russian election meddling.
Spokespeople for the top Republican and Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee declined to confirm the panel's reported meeting with Power to The Hill.