The House of Representatives wants special counsel Robert Mueller's report to be made available to them-and the public.
If a full report isn't released, House Democrats have made it clear they will do whatever they can to get hold of it. Nadler has said he would subpoena the final report and invite - or even subpoena - Mueller to talk about it.
Republicans joined with Democrats as the House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a resolution to make public special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Russian Federation investigation after he releases it to Attorney General William Barr.
Excluding themselves from the bipartisan House consensus were four members, who instead chose to vote present: libertarians Rep. Justin Amash (Ky.) and Rep. Thomas Massie (Mich.), and President Donald Trump Republican loyalists Rep. Matt Gaetz (Fla.) and Paul Gosar (Ariz.).
All told, 420 members - 230 Democrats and 190 Republicans - voted for the resolution. "Somebody needs to look at what happened on the other side". Bringing a vote on the resolution also served as a way for Democrats to put Republicans on record on the issue. Trump has repeatedly described the investigation as a "witch hunt" and repeatedly denied that he or his 2016 campaign conspired or colluded with the Russian election interference.
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Gidley said he hadn't spoken with Trump about whether the report should be made public. That report must explain why the special counsel chose to either pursue or decline prosecutions.
Several Republicans have also agreed that Mueller should release not simply the full report, but any and all investigative materials that informed it.
"Transparency is fundamental to the special counsel's process, especially when dealing with matters of national security involving the president", said House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, whose committee will oversee any impeachment motion.
Schumer added that he was "deeply disappointed" in Graham, who chairs the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Afterward, Graham was equivocal on whether the full report should be released. The letter asked for a public release of the Mueller report and that the attorney general provide to Congress any information in the report that can not be publicly released by law.
"If necessary, our committee will subpoena the report". "And in the end, I think the department understands they're going to have to make this public".