By Allan Lengel
Lisa Page, the former FBI lawyer, finds herself getting ready for the firing squad on Capitol Hill.
You might recall that Page exchanged anti-Trump text messages with FBI agent Peter Strzok, triggering a storm of controversy.
CNN, citing “two congressional sources,”  reports that she has been subpoenaed for a closed-door interview this week with the House Judiciary and Oversight committees.
House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, a Virginia Republican, subpoenaed Page to attend a deposition on Wednesday, the sources said, one day before Strzok is slated to testify publicly before the two House panels, CNN reports.
Page’s attorney Amy Jeffress issued a statement to CNN saying she’s been working with the committee to arrange for her client’s “voluntary appearance.”