"Fox and Friends" had reported minutes earlier that Page sent a letter to the House Intelligence Committee chairman, Rep. Mike Conaway, and ranking member Rep. Adam Schiff on Monday, telling them he had learned from committee staff that his "previously scheduled appointment" to testify before the committee had been postponed.
Reached for comment, Page forwarded the letter to Business Insider.
"I have learned from your Committee staff on this Memorial Day holiday that I might NOT be IMMEDIATELY afforded the opportunity to address the false or misleading testimony by James Comey, John Brennan, et al, as per our previously scheduled appointment for next week," the letter read. "In the interest of finally providing the American people with some accurate information at long last, I hope that we can proceed with this straight dialogue soon."
Page volunteered to be interviewed by the Senate Intelligence committee in March. But he said earlier this month that the committee's requests were "groundless," "outrageous," and "would cover redundant, highly irrelevant information collected
REFUSE OR "not immediately"?
A guy with nothing of any importance to say...wants to testify?
THAT is the question.