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after a long and bitter standoff a top democratic lawmaker and the justice department reached a deal Monday giving members of Congress access to key evidence from special counsel Robert Muller is Russia investigation we did not however make a determination as to whether the president did commit a crime in a statement house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler said the DOJ will give the panel underlying documents and evidence you guys have it on whether president Donald Trump had obstructed justice in the course of Miller's probe B. Grimmett delays for now the Democrats plan vote on whether to find Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress after he defined their subpoena to hand over that evidence along with an unredacted copy of the report Nadler said in the statement the documents would allow the panel to perform its constitutional oversight role the news comes as lawmakers begin hearing some mold spore hundred forty page report and consider whether to launch impeachment proceedings against the president