The committee published the report with editors from the intelligence community, along with an edited democratic dissent that denies the Republican conclusions.
Rep. Mike Conaway, the Texas Republican who led the committee's Russia investigation, said in a statement that the intelligence services were making "excessive reductions" on the report, and the committee plans to challenge them to release more of the report.
"Many of the editorial offices contain information that is publicly available, such as witness designations and information that was previously released," Conaway said.
The House Intelligence Committee ended its investigation into Russia's involvement last month and concluded that Trump's team had found no evidence
"We found no evidence of collusion, and so we may have found a bad judgment, Inappropriate meetings, "Conaway said as they submitted their declassification report.
"Throughout the investigation, the republicans of the committee decided to investigate the collusion between the Trump campaign and the United States." Do not seriously investigate ̵
Trump has seized the Republican findings, repeatedly claiming that the committee found no collusion, although the Democrats denied this result. He tweeted again Friday that the Republican report found "no evidence" of collusion.
"Just Out: Report released by the House Intelligence Committee." No evidence & # 39 ;, that the Trump Campaign ™ collapsed, coordinated or conspired with Russia. & # 39; Clinton Campaign pays for the opposition research received by Russia-Wow! A total witch hunt! MUST BE NECESSARY NOW! "Trump Tweet
Although there was no collusion, the Republican report questioned the Trump campaign on several key events during the election campaign. It states that the Trump Tower meeting in June 2016 with a Russian lawyer and Trump's son Donald Trump Jr., son-in-law Jared Kushner and then campaign chairman Paul Manafort "showed a poor judgment."
It is also said that Trump's "periodic praise and communication with Wikileaks – a hostile foreign organization – is highly offensive and contrary to the national security interests of the US."
The Republican report also criticizes the Hillary Clinton campaign for its role in the opposition research dossier on Trump and Russia that the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee have "paid that Trump's opposition research comes from Russian sources, including one Litany of statements by high-ranking current and former Russian government officials. "