The committee also reissued a third subpoena for personal records, the focus of which was narrowed after Flynn rejected the committee's initial demand for personal records relating to his contacts with Russian authorities, claiming it was too broad and would jeopardize his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.
Separately, Reuters reports that General Michael Flynn and longtime Trump personal lawyer Michael Cohen were among the 7 total subpoenas issued. CNN and Politico reported on Wednesday that Michael Flynn, the former National Security Advisor under Trump, and Michael Cohen, Trump's personal attorney, also received subpoenas.
The Comey memo caused alarm on Capitol Hill and raised questions about whether Trump tried to interfere with a federal investigation.
Nunes had then returned to Congress, and held a news conference saying that he would need to brief the president on materials, which, it was later revealed, had orginated with the president's inner circle.
A top communications aide to President Donald Trump is exiting the White House as the embattled president considers a broader shakeup amid rising anxiety over investigations into his campaign's contacts with Russian Federation. Trump has denied any wrongdoing.
Read the bipartisan statement from Reps. Devin Nunes (R-Tulare), had approved three subpoenas without their knowledge. Of the seven subpoenas issued, four were related to the Russian probe and three were related to "unmasking" done by Obama officials.
The committee is one of several probes into alleged meddling by Moscow in the last year's election and any collusion with the Trump campaign. He said he was going immediately to the White House to brief Trump on the information. Nunes called the accusations that he improperly shared classified information with the White House "entirely false".
Let's go through Donald Trump's Tuesday morning tweets!
Tuesday night, President Trump sent Twitter into an epic four-alarm meltdown after his since-deleted " covfefe " tweet. It has grown by about 7 million since February, the site said, and more than half of those accounts appear to be fake.
The Associated Press reported earlier this month that Comey planned to testify before the Senate committee after Memorial Day, but the approval from Mueller to do so could indicate that date is fast approaching.
In April, it emerged that Rice tried to learn the identities of Trump officials whose names were incidentally collected during routine intelligence-gathering operations.
Flynn was forced to resign from the administration because of revelations that he had misrepresented his conversations with the Russian ambassador to Vice President Pence. When Comey was sacked, White House officials first claimed it was because of his handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private e-mail server when she was secretary of state.
But Republicans want to know if any of those requests were politically motivated.