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Top House Republican views less edited Mueller report

The Supreme Republican of the House's Judiciary Committee considered the Ministry of Justice's minor edited version of Specialist Robert Mueller's report on Monday, challenging Democrats to do the same. Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., Seeing the more complete copy of Mueller's report coming as elected Democrats refuses to make the trip to the Justice Department's safe reading room in protest at how Advocate William Barr has managed to release the special council's findings. Collin's move also follows the house chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., Issues lawsuit last week for the entire report and its underlying documents. Nadler has given the Justice Department until May 1 to reverse the information. "The report's 182-page glance on obstruction issues contains only four editions in total and both volumes reinforce the key conclusions published last month," Collins said in a statement. "With the special council survey, I encourage President Nadler and Democrats leaders to see this material as soon as possible – if they are not afraid to acknowledge the facts that this report describes." Democrats who declined the Ministry of Justice's invitation include House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Senate Minority Chuck Schumer, DNY, Senate Chairman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., House Intelligence President Adam Schiff, D-Calif. And the Senate Intelligence ranking member Mark Warner, D-Va. "Unfortunately, your proposed accommodation – which would, among other things, prohibit the discussion of the entire report, even with the members of the other committee – is not acceptable", the legislators wrote last week in a letter to Barr. Pelosi last week…

The Supreme Republican of the House’s Judiciary Committee considered the Ministry of Justice’s minor edited version of Specialist Robert Mueller’s report on Monday, challenging Democrats to do the same.

Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., Seeing the more complete copy of Mueller’s report coming as elected Democrats refuses to make the trip to the Justice Department’s safe reading room in protest at how Advocate William Barr has managed to release the special council’s findings. Collin’s move also follows the house chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., Issues lawsuit last week for the entire report and its underlying documents. Nadler has given the Justice Department until May 1

to reverse the information.

“The report’s 182-page glance on obstruction issues contains only four editions in total and both volumes reinforce the key conclusions published last month,” Collins said in a statement. “With the special council survey, I encourage President Nadler and Democrats leaders to see this material as soon as possible – if they are not afraid to acknowledge the facts that this report describes.”

Democrats who declined the Ministry of Justice’s invitation include House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Senate Minority Chuck Schumer, DNY, Senate Chairman Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., House Intelligence President Adam Schiff, D-Calif. And the Senate Intelligence ranking member Mark Warner, D-Va.

“Unfortunately, your proposed accommodation – which would, among other things, prohibit the discussion of the entire report, even with the members of the other committee – is not acceptable”, the legislators wrote last week in a letter to Barr.

Pelosi last week planned a conference call for his causus to discuss their responses to Mueller’s results.

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