When special counsel Robert Mueller finally completes his Russia investigation, “one way or another” the public “is going to know exactly” what President Donald Trump and his family did, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said Sunday.
In an interview on ABC News’ “This Week,” the frequent Trump critic declared the Mueller probe, once completed, must be made public.
“It’s clear that Mueller’s work is not yet done,” he said, adding, “I think there’s more work that he has to do. But when he is finished, finished returning or seeking indictments, then he makes, I hope, an extensive report to the Attorney General. And that report is going to have to be made public.”
“One way or another, we are determined the public is going to know exactly what Donald Trump did, what his family did, what his campaign did, what the Russians did, and what we need to do to protect the country,” Schiffer vowed.
“We’re going to use every device and compulsion we can to make sure that it’s made public. … Over the last two years, as the Justice Department has been providing thousands and thousands of documents – tens of thousands of documents in the [Hillary] Clinton e-mail investigation to the Congress, acting on a subpoena – or many subpoenas, I have made it clear to them that they’re not going to be in a position once the Mueller investigation’s concluded, to say "No, Congress, we’re not going to share with you any of the evidence that’s produced.”
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