Democrats won't likely get an unredacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller's report if it contains grand jury testimony, Rep. Devin Nunes, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, said Monday.
However, the California Republican told Fox News' "Outnumbered Overtime" he's more interested in learning how the report was created, because "we know we had a lot of partisan actors in there."
"I want to see the underlying information," Nunes said. "I want to see the interviews they did, who they subpoenaed, or if they had any wiretaps. Because we know that of this cast of characters, two were kicked off early. We have already caught them taking exculpatory evidence against Americans and leaving it on the cutting board floor. We want to see not just the report but the underlying information."
He said he does believe Attorney General William Barr wants to do everything that can be done, but "full transparency is in order."
Nunes said he wants to make sure everyone understands what that means.
"The Democrats on the left here just want to get their hands on the report...so they can leak it" to the media, "so they can continue on going down rabbit holes of pretending that there is some kind of Russian collusion," said Nunes.
Meanwhile, Republicans would love to move on from the issue, said Nunes.
"I wish we never had to go through with these three years of using our counterintelligence capabilities against a political campaign," said Nunes. "The House Republicans, we've been doing an investigation for over two years."
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