The Department of Justice is trying to work things out with the House intelligence committee if only Democrats will accept it.
Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd sent a letter to committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff in the hopes of reaching an agreement over the Mueller report.
Boyd posed that substantially less redacted Mueller report could be given to the panel “in relatively short order,” IF they agree to halt any actions being taken against Attorney General William Barr.
This comes after Schiff threaten to take “enforcement action” to force Barr or the DOJ to release documentation including the unreacted report.
It seems like Republicans are attempting to offer an olive branch to Democrats. Although given their recent actions the acceptance is probably a long shot.