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Schiff: Impeachment Witness Interview Transcripts To Be Made Public

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Schiff: Impeachment Witness Interview Transcripts To Be Made Public

Schiff: Impeachment Witness Interview Transcripts To Be Made Public

The House Intelligence Committee will release transcripts of witness interviews in the impeachment probe of President Donald Trump.

Reuters reports committee chairman U.S. Representative Adam Schiff (D-CA) made the announcement Wednesday.

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Schiff said the transcripts would be made public, subject to redactions, at some point in the future.

Some Republicans have been complaining they have been unable to see the transcripts.


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