Longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone can expect a subpoena from the House Intelligence Committee on Friday if he does not disclose his emissary with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.
"We'll give it until tomorrow," Rep. Mike Conaway, R-Texas, told CNN on Thursday, adding that he hopes the committee does not need to issue a subpoena.
Although Stone claimed during the hearing he did not participate in any collusion with the Russians to interfere with the election, he told reporters afterwards he answered all questions, except he did not disclose the name of his intermediary with Assange.
Stone claimed the exchange with his intermediary was an off-the-record discussion with a journalist and he would not disclose the journalist's identity, although he said he would follow up and ask the journalist if he could unveil the journalist's identity.
However, Stone has dismissed claims he had any prior intel that WikiLeaks would release Podesta's emails.