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Schiff says he'll 'obviously' subpoena Mueller report if Trump administration won't release it

WASHINGTON - Congressional Democrats will "obviously" take whatever steps are necessary to make public the findings of special counsel Robert Mueller, including subpoenaing his final report, calling him to testify and taking the Trump administration to court, Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday.

Schiff, the California Democrat who is chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, said on ABC's "This Week" that "we are going to get to the bottom

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