The House Intelligence Committee voted to release a classified memo critical of the FBI.
The document is said to detail alleged surveillance abuses by the FBI and the Justice Department in the Russia investigation.
"I signed a nondisclosure act, agreement, so I can't discuss what was in the memo, but I can tell you the American people need to see it and need to know what it is,” said Illinois Republican Rodney Davis
Democrats, on the other hand, say releasing the document is just a political tactic.
President Trump has five days to decide if the memo should see the light of day.
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