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The Democrat says he’s open to tongues Bork to his memo, after the White house says it contains be put to many national security sources; Catherine Herridge reports on the process.
Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff said that he was “confident” that changes to the Democratic go a refutation of the controversial GOP memo alleged government surveillance abuse during the 2016 campaign for the document to the public.
Speaking with reporters after a house Intelligence Committee meeting on Tuesday, ship said that, while there is no update on the democratic version of the note, you have to have the conversation with the FBI and is trying to make it “hopefully be resolved soon.”
The White house said on Friday that the President was going to trump “” to declassify the memo, citing national security concerns.
Trump on Saturday tweeted that democratic leaders “knew, because the sources and the methods (and more)”, that is your refutation of the memo, which he described as “very political” — “would have to be revised. … You said, do it again, and send you back into the right shape!”
The Democrats sent a very political and long answer-memo, you know, because the sources and the methods (and more), you would have been heavily reworked, to accuse, on what you the White house for the lack of transparency. She said, do it again, and send you back in proper form!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 10, 2018
Ship said on Tuesday that no revisions have been made and that the redactions were minimal. White House counsel Don McGahn, said in his letter on Friday that Trump is “go inclined” to the memo if the appropriate changes are made.
Fox News’ Kellianne Jones and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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