WASHINGTON - U.S. Rep. Ed Case (D-Hawaii) is demanding the release of the full Mueller Report on Wednesday as House Democrats renew their impeachment talks against President Donald Trump.

Case tells our Washington Correspondent Matt Knoedler today that he supports the work the House Judiciary Committee and others are doing. But, he still wants more information and evidence before he fully supports an impeachment inquiry. Most members of congress have read only the redacted – or edited – version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report. Case feels that would give more members insight as this process continues.

“I very much support the direction we’re going,” Case told KITV on Wednesday. “Whether that actually leads to actual impeachment, I think, for me, is still undetermined.”

Over the weekend, U.S. Rep. and 2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard said she opposes an impeachment inquiry into Trump.