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Sources close to the discussions say that the legislators are now on new records after the last closed-door depositions, the reports of FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa page; chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge.

FBI officials Peter Strzok will likely be called on to answer questions from the legislator in relation to his knowledge about the salacious Steele dossier circulated prior to the election in 2016. Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N. C., said on Wednesday.

“There are a whole lot of questions that Peter Strzok should have answered and that the FBI instructed not to answer,” meadows told reporters. “And Yes, I think it’s very likely that Peter Strzok will be asked to come back and fill in some of the questions asked [Rep.] Jim Jordan.”

Strzok previously testified in public Oversight before a joint hearing of the House and the judiciary Committee in July 12. During the hearing, Jordan Strzok pressed about an E-Mail he sent to FBI colleagues, indicating that he had seen versions of the Dossiers from three different sources. Strzok declined to answer Jordan, citing an FBI Directive.

On Wednesday, meadows, said that FBI General Counsel Dana Boente had told the legislature that his instructions were to answer questions about certain issues, “excessively broad” and “is changed.”

“I think you will agree that 90 percent of the open-ended questions, which asked Mr Jordan, you should have responded,” said meadows, in particular in relation to questions about Strzok dealing with opposition research company, Fusion GPS, whose founder, Glenn Simpson, and “other players to be the may or may not have been involved.”

Meadows spoke after a closed-door meeting between house Republicans and the justice Department officials to discuss the handing over to Congress documents in connection with the Russia investigation.

Ministry of justice officials say Fox News that you have completed all but two parts of the three separate charges stored by Republican lawmakers since last year, and the two protruding parts are completed in the process. The officials say that the only document that the legislature denies access to the Aug. 2, 2017 memo from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Special Counsel Robert Mueller outlined the extent of his request.

Republican legislators take issue with the Ministry of justice characterization of the summons to answer as a full or almost full. Refer to the records of the FBI’s efforts to check the dossier, which only came to light after Strzok, a former FBI lawyer, Lisa page have been discontinued.

“The thing is very, very worrying for me is that today, nine months, and we know how many documents are in response to the subpoena,” Meadows. “We don’t know how many were delivered, are quick to react way out of this universe, and how many remain to be delivered.”

Meadows also said that a “Central question” is whether the FBI tried to check the contents of the Steele dossier, before it was used as an important part of an application for a FISA warrant against trump campaign consultant Carter page.

“When did it start?” Meadows, asked rhetorically. “I think that this start goes, it could be problematic for some of the stories that there are, right now.”

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge and Jake Gibson contributed to this report.

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