California Democrat Rep. Jackie Speier told CBS's "Face The Nation" that the transcripts from the House impeachment inquiry are going to be released in the coming week, calling them "very telling."
A member of the House Intelligence Committee, Speier says that the public will see "all of the transcripts that are going to be released, probably within the next five days."
"I think the transcripts are going to start to be released next week, and that’s going to give the American people an eye on exactly what we have heard, and what we have heard is growing evidence of grounds for impeachment," she said.
"I don’t know if they’re all going to be released on the same day, but they’re going to be very telling to the American people. There’s no question now whether there’s a quid pro quo," she said.
"I don't know if they're all going to be released on the same day, but they're going to be very telling to the American people," she added. "There is no question now whether there was a quid pro quo, and now the question the Republicans are trying to throw out is, 'Well, was there corrupt intent?' Wel corrupt intent is defined in part by whether the president has lied."
"I think they're going to begin very soon," Speier said. "We have one more week of interviews that will take place and then I'm pretty confident we're going the move into a public hearing setting in which the House Intelligence Committee, along with the Foreign Affairs Committee and the Oversight Committees, will start to place in the public's hands the information."