Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee announced Tuesday that they will be issuing their own report on the panel's findings after the GOP majority "prematurely" shut down the Russia investigation.


The GOP majority's decision to end the probe "was a terrible disservice to the country and the American people" that "represented a reneging on the commitment that was made at the outset of the investigation to follow the facts wherever they lead," ranking committee member Adam Schiff (D-CA) said during a televised press conference.

"We are going to do our best to continue to find the truth," Schiff continued. "There are individuals who want to cooperate with our committee and share information and will continue to do so."

He then said Democrats on the committee "will put together a report that will set out what evidence we have seen to date, what evidence we have seen in terms of the Russian hacking and dumping operation, what evidence we have seen in terms of the Russian social media campaign and, yes, the issue of collusion with the Trump campaign."

"Our work is far from done," the ranking Democrat said. "We will be submitting to the public a detailed account of what we have learned to date and the work that has to be done if not by us than by others so that the country can be sure that its administration is acting in the best interest of the country and not because of leverage the Russians may have over the president of the United States."

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