■ The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence will convene on Monday the first public hearing on Russia’s efforts to influence the election.
■ The hearing’s featured witnesses: the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, and Adm. Michael S. Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency.
■ Also on the docket: Is there any evidence for President Trump’s assertion that the Obama administration wiretapped Trump Tower during the campaign.
With the House intelligence committee set for the first public hearing on Russian election meddling, the president is posting his protests on Twitter — again.
The search for the real “leaker” is likely to be part of the questioning of the F.B.I. director, since Representative Devin Nunes of California, chairman of the intelligence committee and a Trump ally, has seconded the president’s opinion.
But the committee’s ranking Democrat, Adam B. Schiff of California, asserted on Sunday that there was circumstantial evidence of collusion between Russian intelligence and Trump associates during the campaign. So protest as he might, Mr. Trump is not going to head off that line of questioning.
While the president tweets, lawmakers from his own party are pleading with him to apologize for saying he was wiretapped — and move on.
The latest was Representative Will Hurd of Texas, a former intelligence officer, appearing on ABC.
It’s not as if Mr. Trump has nothing else to concern himself with. Beyond the intelligence committee, his nominee to the Supreme Court, Neil M. Gorsuch, begins his confirmation hearings on Monday; and as early as Thursday, the House will vote on its bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The fate of that effort will go a long way to determine the rest of Mr. Trump’s bold legislative agenda.