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Rep., Jordan asks to be released all the documents from Müller’s investigation

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), participates in a rally in Washington, USA, September 26, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, claimed on Sunday that all the documents will be based on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation to be released, if the report is finally released.

While Jordan would not say if he directly President of the trump release asks for all documents related to the investigation, he said that if Democrats do not want the information to be made public, then you should be prepared for everything to be released with Mueller’s investigation.

“If the Democrats want to call for all that are released, then you should call for everything to be released,” said Jordan during an appearance on ABC’s “This week.”

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Jordan called the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act application on the former trump aide Carter-page, “302” summaries of FBI, and all the information received in briefings to legislators on the counter-espionage-investigation-President of the Trump.

“We have asked that the information made public a long time ago,” he said.

Jordan added that he believed that Müller ‘ s report is the “bomb” that some Democrats hope.

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“We have not seen any” display “Central charge of the special counsel … to see if this was the conspiracy, coordination or collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to influence the election,” said Jordan.

“You don’t think this Mueller report is burst, the bomb, awaits you,” Jordan added, in reference to house Democrats. “Now you are with the Start of any other fees other studies.”

Democrats are on a hair-trigger on the view that some of the information may be withheld.

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“I guess we find the words “transparency” to prove hollow, that, in fact, they will fight to ensure that Congress, not the underlying evidence,” Rep. Adam Schiff from California, Chairman of the House intelligence committee, said on ABC’s “This week.”

His plan: to ask for information, and if that is denied, “the subpoena. If a subpoena is denied, we the people drag in front of Congress. And Yes, we will continue to pursue, in court, as necessary, to obtain this information.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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