These facts appear to contradict your sworn testimony on several occasions,” Democrats on the House judiciary panel, led by Rep. Jon Conyers Jr. of Michigan, wrote in a letter to Sessions dated Tuesday. Sessions will appear before the House judiciary panel on Nov. 14. He will also speak that day to the House intelligence committee in a closed-door session, Reuters reported. Democrats have been eager to grill Sessions for months and have griped openly that their committee’s chairman, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), has largely stayed on the sidelines of the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Goodlatte has pointed to the multiple investigations already underway, including special counsel Robert Mueller’s criminal probe, as a reason to stay out of the way. Sessions is also bound to face questions about the recent testimony of another campaign adviser, Carter Page, who told the House intelligence committee last week that he informed Sessions in July 2016 about his own planned trip to Moscow, one that has drawn scrutiny from FBI investigators.,ugg boots outlet, @ugg boots bloomingdales 893 @uggs sandals 326 @ugg boot gumboots 974 @uggs qatar 957 @ugg boots uk sale fake 74