McCabe is the subject of a criminal investigation into his conduct as deputy director at the FBI.
Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe is set to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee soon, but he apparently has made a request for immunity in exchange.
The Judiciary panel invited McCabe to a hearing about an upcoming report from the Justice Department's inspector general. President Trump tweeted this morning, "What is taking so long with the Inspector General's Report on Crooked Hillary and Slippery James Comey".
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"We hereby request that the Judiciary Committee authorize a grant of use immunity to Mr. McCabe", adding that the "no testimony or other information provided by Mr. McCabe could be used against him in any criminal case".
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McCabe was abruptly fired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation by Director Wray just days before his retirement after a scathing report from the Inspector General determined the former deputy had illegally leaked material regarding Hillary Clinton's email probe to the press.
Bromwich described it as a "textbook case for granting use immunity".
"Mr. McCabe is willing to testify, but because of the criminal referral, he must be afforded suitable legal protection", Bromwich wrote.
In April, McCabe was referred to the Department of Justice for criminal prosecution.
McCabe's lawyer said in a Tuesday letter that he was unable to respond to that request since it "casts such a wide and unspecific net" and would depend on questions from lawmakers. He now faces losing out on much of that entitlement.