Paul Manafort to voluntarily go before House Intel Committee in Russia probe

Nunes urged others to voluntarily come forward for interviews as well while cautioning against a “new McCarthyism era where we bring people in because they’re in a press story.”

Carter Page, who served as the Trump campaign foreign policy adviser, told NBC News he has sent a letter to the House Intelligence Committee, volunteering to be interviewed. Page said he sent a similar letter to the Senate Intelligence Committee “weeks ago.”

Former Trump adviser Roger Stone Tweeted that he, too, wanted to testify and that his attorneys have informed the committee of his request to do so voluntarily in a public session.