“Right now we’re in the information gathering phase of this and this obviously, from my standpoint, raises a lot more questions than it actually answers,” Senate Homeland Security Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) told reporters Wednesday.

Johnson said “we will start requesting interviews with those individuals.”

“I want to find out what you were looking at, why you unmasked an American’s identity and how you used that,” he added.

Asked who he most wants to hear from, Johnson pointed to Clapper, Brennan, McDonough and “possibly the vice president.”