We are releasing this evening 22 page status report on the investigation. That sets out some of the key witnesses that the majority has been unwilling to bring in, the key documents they've been unwilling to ask for. The witnesses who have come before on our committee and stonewalled on key questions.
So that the public can see just how incomplete this effort was. From a very early point in the investigation the chairman made the decision that his mission was not to find out what Russia did. Not to determine the role of US persons, but rather to endeavor to distract the public to put the government on trial.
That problem persisted throughout our investigation, and has led to its premature conclusion last night. So our work is far from done, and 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, then 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.