The House Intelligence Committee is gearing up for a potential court battle over a controversial whistleblower complaint that a top Democrat believes is likely linked to President Donald Trump.

After a four-hour, closed-door briefing with inspector general of the Intelligence Community Michael Atkinson, committee chairman Adam Schiff said the Department of Justice is involved in preventing lawmakers from learning about the contents of the complaint, claiming that it involves privileged information.

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