The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes, was at that meeting with top DOJ and FBI officials demanding documents they've requested for months from the Justice Department related to the Russia investigation.
On Fox News, Nunes says they'll be hell to pay if the DOJ and FBI doesn't comply.
"If documents do not begin to be turned over tomorrow... there's going to be hell to pay by Wednesday morning," he said.
Transcript from Rush Limbaugh show via Fox News below.
And we understand that you were at that meeting on Friday with Christopher Wray, Rod Rosenstein, Paul Ryan, as well as the other committee chairmen, Bob Goodlatte and Trey Gowdy. Can you tell us about that meeting?
NUNES: Well, this was a long time coming. It was very difficult to get this meeting put together.
However, I think that we have a process to move forward. We're supposed to meet on Monday. Our staffs are supposed to meet on Monday. And all the subpoenas are supposed to be complied with this week.
Now, I'm not sure. I have -- my confidence level is extremely low that DOJ and FBI are going to comply. I don't have a lot of confidence.
However, it was good that the speaker of the House was there, along with the other two committee chairmen, to make sure that the FBI and DOJ know that they have been put on notice, that we're not going to take no for an answer anymore, and that the subpoenas will be complied with, or the House will have to take other measures.