The Department of Justice wants to interview the two CIA officials for its review of sources of Russian investigation.
U.S. John Durham's lawyer wants to talk to a senior counterintelligence official and a senior analyst who has been discussing Russia's role in entering the 2016 elections, according to the New York Times.
Even if the formal request has not been submitted, CIA Director Gina Haspel informs senior officials that his agency will work together, but will work to ensure that the sources, methods, and intelligence provided by Allies are protected.
Attorney General William Barr oversees Durham, a lawyer from the United States from Connecticut, who is focused on sources of intelligence tracking of President Trump's campaign, initiated by the FBI in the summer of 2016.  American officials say Barr is interested in understanding how the CIA works with the FBI and how the agency comes to the conclusion that Russia's President Vladimir Putin has issued a lawsuit to sow contradiction to election to help Trump and undermine his Democratic protagonist Hillar y Clinton.
Review is not a criminal inquiry, but Durham should find criminal activity that he may take action accusation. CIA's top officials are concerned about the federal prosecution's efforts.
The Department of Justice review in the early stages of the Trump campaign's counter-intelligence investigation was powered by the Republics and Democrats rebuked. After Trump awarded Barr's powers to declassify confidential information and instructed a small agency to cooperate in his investigation, Professor's House Committee Professor Adam Schiff wrote effort as a " disturbing "approach to politicking intelligence.
A DOJ letter written in the House The head of the Judicial Committee Jerry Nadler, DN.Y., outlining its scope of investigation said that the review was "wide-ranging and multifaceted" and includes the view in actions both the US government and the foreigners.