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House intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff vowed Thursday he's willing to sue the Trump administration over a dispute about the contents of as-yet unknown complaint to the intelligence community's official watchdog.
Schiff told reporters after a closed-door meeting with the inspector general, Michael Atkinson, that the Justice Department has opined that the material is shielded by privilege and can be withheld from lawmakers.
Not so, Schiff argued, and "if we have to go to court to get this, we will have a good case."
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