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>> Congressman, was the memo improperly drafted and in bad form?>> No, of course not, and the hypocrisy of this, just kinda reaches out and grabs you by the throat. Here, the Republicans write a memo, which the FBI, quite accurately describes, as misleading, and omitting material facts. The Department of Justice says, it would be extraordinarily reckless to release this, and what does the President do?
He says, I'm gonna release it, before I even read it 100%, I'm gonna release it. This is a President who puts his own personal interest above the National Security interest of the country.>> Are there sources in methods problems, with the memo, you submitted?>> We're gonna sit down with the FBI, and go through any concerns that they have.
And any legitimate concerns over sources and methods we will redact.>> But did you do that before you submitted the memo, Congressman?>> Yes, we did. Yes, we did. Unlike the Republicans, we gave the FBI and the Department of Justice our memo, even before we took it up into Committee.
And invited their feedback as to any concerns over sources and methods.