(From CBS News)
Members of the House Intelligence Committee voted along party lines Monday to make public a four-page classified memo about alleged surveillance abuses by the FBI that targeted members of the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election. In the same meeting, the committee voted against publicly releasing a memo drafted by the minority and intended as a rebuttal to the majority’s document, which was written by Chairman Devin Nunes’ staff with input from Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina.
For now, the minority’s memo will be made accessible to all members of the House in the committee’s secure spaces. Republicans on the committee have said they would revisit making the minority’s memo fully public in the coming weeks.