The Senate Judiciary Committee is split as to the focus of its investigation.
The House Intelligence Committee could release two separate reports – one from Democrats and one from Republicans.
The Senate Judiciary and House Intelligence Committees, two of the three major congressional panels investigating Russia’s election interference, appear to have resigned themselves to the reality that their probes will be conducted according to the partisan interests of their members.
The committee’s Republican chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley, has not signed off on the letters, all of which have been made public by the panel’s Democrats.
“We have decided that each side is going to take a course,” she said, referring to the committee’s Democrats and Republicans.
Nunes stepped aside from the Russia investigation in early April following his decision to brief Trump and the press on classified intelligence – without telling his fellow committee members.