Ms Pelosi's criticism on Friday came after White House counsel Don McGahn wrote to the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, announcing that Mr Trump had moved to block the release of a memo from Democrats on the panel.
President Trump's refusal to release Intelligence Committee Democrats' memo is a stunningly brazen attempt to cover up the truth about the Trump-Russia scandal from the American people.
Backers of Trump pushed ahead with that argument on Saturday. "The meaning of the "(and more)" was not immediately clear.
Senator Chuck Schumer blasted Trump's decision to send the Democratic memo back to the committee. "The bottom line is the Democrat memo does not undercut the essence of this scandal".
"Any minor redactions should be made as quickly as possible and the memo should be released", she said. Whatever the case, Trump, who declared last weekend that the GOP memo "totally vindicates" him, is losing support from his own party as he elevates the rhetoric against the FBI and DOJ, which are overseeing the special counsel investigation into Russian Federation and Trump's actions before and after he became president.
House intelligence committee ranking Democrat Rep. They claim that if that information is redacted, they will then consider releasing the revised memo. Ryan also said he thought the Democratic document should be released.
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The full House could still vote to release the Democratic memo in its current form. Despite this, some Republicans have suggested the Steele dossier was a predicate for the investigation - a suggestion aimed at undermining the broader Russian Federation probe that is now imperiling the White House.
Democrats said their rebuttal memo was an effort to set the record straight on that first GOP document. They said they wrote their memo to correct the record and include what was omitted from the Republican document.
The FBI had previously issued a highly unusual warning against releasing the memo from Republican Nunes, saying it could jeopardize USA intelligence collection methods. Nonetheless, the Democrats on the committee will confer with the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation to "determine how we can properly inform the American people about the misleading attack on law enforcement by the GOP and address any concerns over sources and methods".
The dossier was authored by former British spy Christopher Steele, who had been hired by opposition firm Fusion GPS to produce the dossier.
"I know the Nunes memo is misleading, and I know Congressman Schiff was seeking to provide a factual counterpoint", Feinstein said.