The panel's ranking Democrat, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), issued a statement Tuesday saying the committee still expected to question the former White House chief strategist, who has agreed to be interviewed by special counsel Robert Mueller.
Bannon was not planning on showing up ahead of a Tuesday deadline because the White House and committee haven't reached an agreement over the scope of the questioning, a source said Monday.
His previous visit to the committee lasted more than 10 hours, and senior lawmakers in both parties said afterward that Bannon, the former executive chairman of the far-right Breitbart News, declared he would not answer questions about his time in the White House - or serving on Trump's presidential transition team.
"Testifying before the Special Counsel does not obviate Mr. Bannon's obligations under the subpoena issued by the Committee", Schiff said.
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At the time Bannon and his attorney said he would only answer questions about his time working for the campaign, not as a member of Trump's transition team or about his role in the White House.
Amanda Gonzalez, a spokeswoman for Rep. Trey Gowdy of SC, says the committee extended the deadline on Bannon's subpoena until next Tuesday.
House Intelligence is one of three congressional committees investigating Russian Federation and the 2016 USA election, after US intelligence agencies found that Russian Federation attempted to influence the campaign on Trump's behalf. "We look forward to having him before the Committee once we can assure that he will be able to thoroughly answer all our questions without concerns regarding the scope of executive privilege".
The US Investigation into an alleged collusion between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russian officials continues. "But, Bannon is not the one to assert executive privilege - only the president can do that", Gerhardt told Business Insider.