The report, which is said to review the FBI's use of surveillance techniques against a Trump campaign adviser, is expected to be released with minimal editorial approval, and may land among the prominent litigation procedures as a boon to Republicans who have accused the law of abusing its power when it President Donald Trump investigated.
The Secretary-General will usually offer witnesses an opportunity to review parts of the report that concern them and provide comments, as a final step before a report is completed. Witnesses in this case have set times for such reviews over the next two weeks, said those familiar with the situation, which means the report could be released the days before or after Thanksgiving.
Horowitz began his investigation in early 201
Investigators from Horowitz's office interviewed Steele during the summer when they built the report, CNN has reported.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Senate Court Chairman The committee said last week that he expects the report to be "stunning" and "judgmental," and he plans to call Horowitz to testify before his committee when the report is released .
Graham said he had spoken to Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday about the status of the report.
"I think his report will be fantastic. I think it will be judgmental. I think it will prove that the sewing stem came from the rails and we need corrective action. Where I go from there, I do not know until I hear from [Horowitz] "Graham told Fox News.