Updated at 6:26 p.m. ET
The House Intelligence Committee voted without opposition on Monday to declassify a secret Democratic rebuttal to the once-secret Republican memo about alleged surveillance abuses that was unveiled on Friday.
The document now goes to the White House, where President Trump must decide whether it should become public.
White House spokesman Raj Shah told reporters traveling aboard Air Force One on Monday that the administration would review the countermemo by Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Rep. Adam. Schiff, a Democrat, as it did the first one by Chairman Devin Nunes, a Republican. Both Schiff and Nunes are California representatives.
One additional wrinkle with Schiff's document is that he has also asked for the FBI and Justice Department to go over the memo as well. It wasn't immediately clear what effect that might have on the timing of the release, but Schiff said he was encouraged by the support he'd gotten by both Republicans and Democrats on his committee.