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Rep. Adam Schiff Adam Bennett SchiffHillicon Valley: Rosenstein drama dominates the day | Biz, regulators focus on 5G revolution | New questions over Trump cyber strategy Dems fight to protect Mueller amid Rosenstein rumors Jordan wants Rosenstein to testify before House Judiciary Committee MORE (D-Calif.), the House Intelligence Committee's top Democrat, told members on Wednesday that Republican Rep. Devin Nunes Devin Gerald NunesHillicon Valley: 50M affected by Facebook hack | Google CEO to testify on Capitol Hill | Tesla shares slump after SEC sues | House Intel votes to release Russia probe transcripts | Dem holds up passage of key intel bill Lawmakers fail to pass annual intel bill after key Dem objects House Intel votes to release Russia transcripts MORE has recused himself from the panel's investigation into Russia's election meddling. Schiff said that Nunes remained a member of the panel and pledged to work closely with Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) "to ensure that NSC policies are followed."

But according to attendees at afternoon's closed-door "Core Group" meeting held by Nunes and his Republican counterpart in the House, Rep. Mike Conaway, they'll have to keep asking questions to determine what those policies are.

The former Trump transition member who took over the House Intelligence Committee's Russia investigation in March expressed confidence in the work of gathering information from defending intelligence agencies and analyzing communications between Russian officials and Trump associates, but confided to both Republicans and Democrats in attendance that he doesn't have all the information he needs to make a proper decision about how much information the panel can ask him for.

"The goal here, every member of this table, [is to] have the right information and a subcommittee that can organize itself to get it. So the question is: Is the path going to be one of obstruction by Chairman Nunes? Is he going to make preserving the personal relationship of those at the White House more important than the only congressional investigation related to Russia and the administration of the presidency?" said Adam Schiff.

Democratic supporters of the inquiry expressed confusion and disagreement with such notes.

"I don't think I'm buying these notes, but thanks for putting the note out there," said Rep. Jackie Speier Jackie SpeierDem on Puerto Rico and Trump: 'God only knows' what he'd consider a failure Congress losing faith in Nobel Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi Congress losing faith in Nobel Prize winner Aung San Suu Ky