A conservative lawmaker late Saturday challenged media reports that the Department of Justice gave members of Congress documents related to the probe of Russian eletion meddling.
Late Saturday, the Associated Press reported the Justice Department this week turned over some of the documents related to the Russia investigation.
But Rep. Mark Meadows, North Carolina Republican, called the report was “not accurate” and said the department provided merely a fraction of what lawmakers subpoenaed.
“New reports of DOJ/FBI compliance with document requests are NOT accurate. While they have turned over additional documents, the new documents represent a small percentage of what they owe,” Mr. Meadows Tweeted.
“The notion that DOJ/FBI have been forthcoming with Congress is false,” he continued.