The “Nunes Memo” is the document prepared by Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., that allegedly details FBI’s abuse of power during its investigation on the President Donald Trump campaign’s Russian ties. The House Intelligence Committee approved the release of the memo on Monday, and now is now waiting for Trump to declassify the memo. The memo –– which Trump plans to release swiftly –– is the now the center of conversation on Twitter among several journalists and lawmakers.

Peter Baker (New York Times reporter) 

Burgess Everett (POLITICO reporter) 

Jeremy Herb (CNN reporter) / MJ Lee (CNN reporter) 

During the Republican Congressional Retreat, House Speaker Paul Ryan denied accusations of the memo being altered and said, “The process is exactly what it should have been.” In contrast, the Democrats claim there were “five material changes” to the memo.

Phil Mattingly (CNN reporter)

Dana Bash (CNN reporter) 

The FBI had previously expressed “grave concerns” over the release of the memo because they question its accuracy. Wray was appointed as FBI director after Trump had fired James Comey in May 2017.

James Arkin (RealClearPolitics reporter)

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va.

In an extensive nine-tweet thread, Warner said it is dangerous to bring partisanship into intelligence committees. He ended his thread with grave words, stating that “History is watching.”

Karen Travers (ABC reporter)

Despite reports that Trump may approve the release of the memo, he remained silent on the issue as he departed from the White House to attend the Republican Congressional Retreat.

David Wright (CNN reporter)

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., said the memo should be released to inform the public and prevent further abuse of power by the FBI. In a Wednesday tweet, Meadows said “It’s time for full transparency” along with the hashtag .

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.

Schumer directly addressed House Speaker Paul Ryan to intervene and prevent the release of the memo. Ryan has yet to respond, though he had previously expressed he is in favor of the public release of a memo.

Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif.

Schiff, who is the ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said the memo sent to the White House for declassification approval is different from the memo the GOP plans to release to the public.

Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore.

Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore.

Josh Dawsey (Washington Post reporter) 

After the State of the Union, there were reports of Trump saying that he would “100 percent” release the memo. The next morning, the White House denied the claim.