The panel on Outnumbered on Tuesday reacted to President Trump's ordering of the declassification of documents related to the FBI's probe of Russia during the 2016 election.

Among the documents Trump ordered to be declassified, some have to do with a renewed surveillance warrant for Carter Page, texts between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page and interviews with Justice Department official Bruce Ohr.

Fox News contributor and former Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R) said on Tuesday that unless both parties come up with a specific name to redact from the documents soon, "the clock is ticking" on their release.

"I guarantee you. Two, three, four weeks from now, they still won't have them all," he said.


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Marie Harf added that Trump seems to be selective in the documents he'd like to be declassified.

"If we really want accountability, put it all out," she said.

Fox News was told that the Carter Page surveillance warrant application it expected to be declassified first, and then the FBI's interview reports on Bruce Ohr.

Lisa Boothe also said that those worrying that the declassification could raise concerns about Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation raises more red flags.

"Why would more truth and transparency affect the investigation?" she said.

Watch the discussion from Outnumbered above.


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