While the President seemed to indicate after the State of the Union Address that he was ready to release the GOP memo, no time had been set, in what would amount to an extraordinary public divide with his FBI Director.
In Congress, each party took aim at the other.
"The Nunes Memo is a partisan sham cooked up to undermine the FBI, DOJ, and the Mueller probe," said Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA), the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee.
"So the FBI is worried about omissions? Ok then--let's put all the documents out there," said Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC). "Tell Americans the full story."
That kind of partisanship extended to the closed door meeting of the House Intelligence Committee on Monday, where members traded barbs over the course of the probe.
You can read the extended back and forth on the intelligence committee vote here.
It wasn't immediately clear what would happen if Mr. Trump goes ahead and releases the GOP memo; FBI Director Christopher Wray was allowed to look at it on Sunday, and as the Wednesday press statement indicates, has concerns about the document being made public.