in the vicinityVideoTrey Gowdy about the next steps in the Müller report, Adam ship of the future
Trey Gowdy, a former Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said on Friday he has full confidence that attorney General Bill Barr was able to read and write an accurate summary of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller Russia investigation report in a weekend.
A justice official told Fox News this week that the Miller report more than 300 pages long.
“He summed it up, I’m pretty sure he has read it, he is a really smart guy, this is something that we should all trust. Three hundred pages is not so much,” said Gowdy, who is also a lawyer, to the Daily Briefing with Dana Perino.
Barr said on Friday that he plans to send the full version of the Müller ‘ s report to the Congress of the “mid-April, if not earlier,” and it will not give the White house a sneak peek.
BARR-RELEASE of MUELLER REPORT TO THE CONGRESS OF the ” MID-APRIL, IF NOT EARLIER;’ IS NOT TRANSMITTED to THE White HOUSE FOR the PRIVILEGE
The time plan comes as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, but especially Democrats, have been calling for for years, Barr publication of the full report. Barr submitted a four-page summary to congressional leaders last Sunday, reporting Mueller is not evidence for the trump card-Russia agreements, while he has not reached a conclusion on whether President Trump obstructed justice.
Barr said the Ministry of justice and the special counsel is “well along in the process of identification and redaction of” sensitive materials, in particular materials which “can not be made by law to the public,” the “material of the intelligence community identified as potentially jeopardize sensitive sources and methods, material that could impact on other on-going matters, including those that the Special Counsel has referred to other Department offices; and information that violate excessively the privacy and Reputation interests of the peripheral third.”
Meanwhile, Republican House Intelligence Committee members, the democratic Chairman Adam Schiff call for resignation.
The Republican members of the Committee demanded that the ship step-claims down as Chairman of the California Democrat repeatedly, you have evidence for trump-Russia agreement. In a letter obtained by Fox News and signed by each of the Republicans in the Committee, the legislature slammed the ship for his claims in the media that it is “more than circumstantial evidence” of collusion between the Trump campaign, and Russia.
You repeated your claim in person during a heated hearing on Thursday morning.
ADAM SHIP IS STOPPED, STEP DOWN AS CHAIRMAN OF THE HOUSE INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE, REPUBLICAN
The letter, which was sent to the ship, when he was confronted by the same Republicans, following the conclusion of the Special Counsel, Robert Müller Russia probe.
“Your actions in the past and the present are not compatible with your duty as Chairman of this Committee,” the letter said. “We have no confidence in their ability to discharge their duties in accordance with their constitutional responsibility and call for your immediate resignation as Chairman of this Committee.”
“Adam Schiff should not withdraw,” said the democratic Congressman Ro Khanna of the House Oversight Committee, Fox & Friends Friday. “We have a separation of powers, which is part of the Constitution. You have a strict supervision.” Khanna encouraged each to “move”.
Gowdy responds by listing the members of the Republican House Intelligence Committee. “These are not members of the bomb-throwing group, and to say to you, ‘Adam ship, we have lost confidence in your leadership,” I’ll tell you, I think about what happens next, Dana, is to say the intelligence community: “you know what, Adam, you ignore the information provided by you, you prejudice the outcome of the investigation, had accused the President only, but in prison, we are going to stop the exchange of information with them,'” Gowdy said.
“‘If you are the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, and you can’t act in a reasonable manner, we break the exchange of information with them, in which case, Pelosi will have no choice but to replace the ship.”
Ship, a vocal critic of the President has doubled down on his claim that Trump and his administration in cooperation with Russia, and he defended himself at the Thursday hearing.
Ship pointed to the evidence of Russian hacking during the last presidential elections and noted that the members of the Trump campaign, and the family took a meeting with the Russians.
“You might think this is OK, she said lied about the meeting,” the ship. “I don’t think that is OK.”
Müller, the determination that the study does not support claims of collusion were touted by President Trump as a “total relief.”
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Democrats, though, tried to have more information about what Müller found can Problem on the obstacle. While Barr and Deputy attorney Rod Rosenstein determined that the report could not support an obstruction, case, Democrats demanded that the conclusion, as you wait to see the full report.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.