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House intelligence chair Adam Schiff has canceled an “enforcement meeting” scheduled this morning, after the Justice Department agreed to begin providing documents related to Robert Mueller’s investigation.
Schiff had planned a meeting where he reportedly planned to take action against Attorney General Bill Barr for refusing to hand over the Special Counsel’s counterintelligence materials. Schiff has not specified which documents he was after, but said they were intelligence materials referenced in Mueller’s report.
The Department of Justice has accepted our offer of a first step towards compliance with our subpoena, and this week will begin turning over to the Committee twelve categories of counterintelligence and foreign intelligence materials as part of an initial rolling production. That initial production should be completed by the end of next week.
… and welcome to an action-packed day in American politics.
•The entire Democratic House caucus is meeting today. Top of the agenda: whether to initiate impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump. Two dozen Democrats publicly support impeaching the president, according to reports, although in private that number could be a lot higher.
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