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we are demanding a we have a right to the Congress has a right to the entire report with no redactions whatsoever so we can see what's there Congress the Judiciary Committee in every concert and every similar situation the past with with Nixon or with Clinton with many other situations the Judiciary Committee has gotten all the information all the underlying %HESITATION documents and evidence and it's not up to you to any general to decide with respect to that or with respect to other material that he decides Congress can't say it's not up to him and remember he is a bias the person he is someone who is an agent of the administration is an appointee a political appointee of the president %HESITATION whose interests he may very well be protecting here the standard here %HESITATION is not an impeachment %HESITATION the standard is what was did the standard is so we have to protect the public from presidential misconduct from anybody else's and the public has to know about it %HESITATION and we have to get all the evidence so we can subject to to protecting certain %HESITATION classified information %HESITATION decision would add that the Judiciary Committee has always made the pass and can make now the public wouldn't know all