Justice Invites Lawmakers to View 2016 Election Documents


As criticism mounted for its delay in providing documents to multiple congressional panels on FBI investigations of the 2016 presidential election, the Department of Justice has invited committee members to review the files at its headquarters.

Assistant Attorney General Stephen E. Boyd sent a letter late Friday to Rep. Devin Nunes, California Republican and House intelligence committee chairman, inviting the lawmakers to privately view the documents.

“The Department considers this an extraordinary accommodation based on unique facts and circumstances,” Mr. Boyd wrote. “We are also extending this review opportunity to members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and the Department will …

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