The DOJ Agreed To Turn Over Mueller Counterintelligence Documents To Congress
The Justice Department agreed at the last minute to begin turning over classified documents on the Russia investigation to the House Intelligence Committee.
Adam Schiff said the DOJ's agreement was "a first step towards compliance with our subpoena".
Schiff said that step should be completed by next week.
The DOJ's decision to begin complying with Schiff's subpoena comes after weeks of back and forth between Congress and Attorney General William Barr over the special counsel Robert Mueller's final report.