Pres. Barack Obama's former national security adviser, Susan Rice, will testify before the House intelligence committee in July, according to CNN.
In the past few months, allegations that Rice revealed the names of Trump's transition aides in intelligence reports have risen, and Republicans have taken to bat with this. Some allege that the Obama administration wanted to divulge damaging information about the Trump campaign.
In an interview with CNN, Rice forcefully denied doing anything wrong, saying the President's charge is completely wrong.
Susan Rice pulling the race and gender card for criticisms of her time in office and why she was targeted for the unmasking scandal!— Lori Hendry (@Lrihendry) June 28, 2017
Rice's "yes" to appearing before the House intelligence committee comes months after she declined a request to appear before a Senate judiciary subcommittee.
A spokesperson for Rice said she is "cooperating with bipartisan Russia investigations conducted y the Intelligence Committees as she said she would."