A day after the Justice Department announced that Muller had submitted his report to Chief Prosecutor William Bar, the Democratic leaders spread the arguments of their members, arguing that "the White House should not be allowed to intervene in the release of report. "
The talks include details of why they think there is a precedent in support of the publication of a report, indicating the recruitment of a special adviser in 1999 to investigate the 1993 Waco incident in Texas. They also point to a precedent in which the Justice Department provided 880,000 pages of internal material last year to Parliament as part of a PP investigation into Hillary Clinton's investigation into the FBI, as well as a department that provides Hill recordings on the Watergate probe. 1
During the call, Democrats argue that public will is predominantly on their side for full transparency, pointing to polls to make their case.
"Right now we are in a regime where we want to know the truth, we want the facts, so our chairman ersons and committee members can look at this in the future, "said Nancy Pelosi, chairman of the chamber, according to a person on the call
Six committee chairmen conducting investigations at the Trump Administration, the White House and Trump's Business, all spoke briefly of the call, according to the source, about one with Caucasus President Hackeem Jeffreys
Democratic presidents repeated their argument that the publication of the report and the main evidence had a precedent pointing to the Congress of Justice conferring Congress
The call lasted about 35 minutes and more than 120 MPs participated, said the face.
This story was updated with further developments on Saturday