A vote on whether to release the memo could be taken by the House Intelligence Committee, led by Rep. Devin Nunes, (R-Calif.), at 5 p.m. ET., Monday.
If the memo is released, it would have to follow the same process as Nunes’ memo did – first, voted out of committee, then sent to the president for declassification, checked by intelligence officials to make sure no classified information is being compromised, then released to the public.
The president would have five days to decide if he wants to declassify the memo.
On Monday, Trump took a swipe at Schiff via Twitter. Trump called Schiff, “one of the biggest liars and leakers in Washington.”
Schiff answered the president about an hour later saying, “Instead of tweeting false smears, the American people would appreciate it if you turned off the TV and helped solve the funding crisis, protected Dreamers or...really anything else.”
Both the Justice Department and the FBI have denied any wrongdoing concerning surveillance warrants.