Grenell reportedly leaves slew of intel files declassified for release, including Kislyak-Flynn transcripts

Ratcliffe participates in House impeachment debate in Dec 2019. Fox News video

[Ed. – Grenell’s out the door now, so it will be for Ratcliffe to release the documents. Should be a good test of what we can expect from Ratcliffe.]

Richard Grenell has declassified a new batch of Russia probe documents on his way out as acting director of national intelligence, leaving the decision on whether to make those files public up to newly sworn-in Director John Ratcliffe.

The documents include transcripts of phone calls that then-incoming National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and then-Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak had in December 2016, during the presidential transition period. Grenell said publicly last week that he was in the process of declassifying those files, after House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., asked that he do so.

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