Furthermore, Bannon will answer questions about his stint in the White House because executive privilege would not apply, he said.
Tuesday was a difficult day for former White House Strategist Steve Bannon, who has seen his political influence and reputation as a "kingmaker" evaporate since the first excerpts of Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury" were published earlier this year.
Bannon endured 10 hours of testimony before the House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday while refusing to answer any questions about his time in the White House or the transition, per the White House's orders. The New York Times also reported that he had been served with a subpoena last week to testify before the grand jury in special counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian collusion after refusing the offer of an informal interview.
Today, NBC News has reported some new details about Bannon's legal situation that underscore the difficult situation the former Breitbart executive, who was ousted by the Mercer family as his political allies chafed at some of his more self-aggrandizing comments.