Congressional Democrats are stepping up calls for Robert Mueller’sRussia report to be released in full — even preparing subpoenas — despite complaining just over a year ago that Republicans were jeopardizing “sources and methods” with their decision at the time to release a memo on alleged government surveillance abuse.
Now, the roles are reversed.
“Congress has asked for the entire Mueller report, and underlying evidence, by April 2. That deadline stands,” House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said Friday, after Barr said he would provide the full Mueller report to Congress by mid-April. “In the meantime, Barr should seek court approval (just like in Watergate) to allow the release of grand jury material.”
He added: “Redactions are unacceptable. #ReleasetheReport.”