Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson, the chairmen of two powerful Senate committees, wrote to Bryan Pagliano, a former State Department IT analyst and Clinton campaign staffer offering a possible immunity deal in exchange for his testimony. The Washington Examiner,
The senators asked Pagliano’s attorney to meet with staff from both committees in order to hammer out an agreement for Clinton’s former IT manager to testify, citing the “unique information” he possesses.
One suggestion they put forward was the possibility of a “proffer session,” which would allow Pagliano to tell lawmakers about his knowledge of potentially illegal activity without facing direct consequences for his own involvement.
Clinton admitted over the weekend to paying Pagliano directly for services he rendered to her private server, which was reportedly set up in the basement of her Chappaqua home. In addition, Pagliano was on the State Department’s payroll as a technical analyst.