Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, has given Attorney General William Barr until April 1 to hand over special counsel Robert Mueller’s full report on the Russia probe by April 1.
Feinstein sent Barr a letter on Monday giving him one week to hand over the report, which details Mueller’s two-year investigation and findings, to Democrats on the panel.
“A four-page summary of Special Counsel Mueller’s extensive investigation and report, with no underlying evidence or findings, is not adequate to accomplish our constitutional, legislative, and oversight responsibilities,” Feinstein wrote.
Feinstein added that she has “several questions and request a full copy of the report and underlying evidence on behalf of the Judiciary Democrats.”
Feinstein is also asking Barr to start producing underlying documentation from the investigation on the same day.
In addition to Feinstein’s April 1 deadline, six House committee chairs have asked Barr to hand the Mueller report over to Congress by April 2, next Tuesday.