Justice Dept. Offers House Intel Committee an Unredacted Version of Mueller Report in Return for Adam Schiff to Not Take Action Against AG

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff got another counteroffer from the Justice Department in response to a request for the full Mueller report. | J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo

The Justice Department on Tuesday reiterated its counteroffer to the House Intelligence Committee to view an unredacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report in a last-ditch effort to avert an “enforcement action” against the attorney general.

In a letter to the panel’s chairman Adam Schiff on Tuesday, Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd again offered members of the committee to review a “minimally redacted” version of Mueller’s report — tripling the number of lawmakers allowed to view the report from 12 to 34.

So far, the six Democrats currently allowed to access the report have refused to view it in protest of the restrictions.

The less-redacted document does not include grand jury material or the requested foreign intelligence and counterintelligence information Mueller’s team gathered as it investigated Russia’s interference in the 2016 election.