Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's testimony before Congress might be delayed until July 24, a week later than originally scheduled, to accommodate questioning from more members, multiple media outlets reported Friday.
It noted the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees have been in talks to give lawmakers additional time to question Mueller.
One of the people said the hearing would be delayed a week.
"At this moment we still plan to have our hearing on the 17th and we will let you know if that changes", House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler's spokesman Daniel Schwarz told CNN.
Republicans spent Thursday and Friday blasting Democrats for reaching a deal that did not allow all committee members to question the former special counsel.
"I thought he was foolish to agree to testify", said Kennedy, pointing out that after a two-year investigation, Mueller did not make a determination on whether President Trump committed obstruction of justice and did not find evidence of collusion.
The Judiciary Committee also sought to interview former Mueller aides Aaron Zebley and James Quarles behind closed doors. But some of the committee's 24 Democrats and 17 Republicans could still be left out.
Democrats, too, had raised concerns about being denied the opportunity to question Mueller, and expressed hope that ongoing talks with him would yield an agreement for all of them to grill him for five minutes each.
"Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in his first public appearance since being appointed to lead the Russian Federation investigation, said it was "not an option" to charge President Trump with a crime, per Department of Justice policy, but maintained that if they had "confidence" that the president did not commit a crime, they 'would have said so, '" reports Fox News.