Rep. Adam Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, has yet to reveal what he saw Friday in classified documents at the White House, according to the Washington Examiner.
Schiff could balance out claims by his Republican counterpart, Rep. Devin Nunes, who viewed the information by himself and did not reveal the details to Democrats on the committee, Byron York wrote in the Examiner.
White House counsel Don McGahn then invited Schiff to see the documents. Nunes claimed he saw "dozens" of intelligence reports that suggest President Barack Obama's administration gathered information on President Donald Trump's team, according to the Examiner.
"After seeing the documents with his own eyes, Schiff had a chance to shed some light on what has become a key question in the Trump-Russia matter. He didn't take it," York wrote.
"While I cannot discuss the content of the documents, if the White House had any concern over these materials, they should have been shared with the full committees in the first place," Schiff said in a statement.
Nunes later said he could not be sure that Trump had been monitored, according to NBC News.
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