House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., said he would “take under advisement” Attorney General William Barr’s offer to testify before the panel on May 2 about the special counsel report that found no collusion between President Trump’s campaign and the Russians.

But Nadler wants Barr to testify “immediately,” and is seeking the full special counsel report authored by Robert Mueller, he said, by April 2.

Barr, in a letter to Congress Friday, offered to turn over the report by mid-April or sooner.

“Rather than expend valuable time and resources trying to keep certain portions of this report from Congress, he should work with us to request a court order to release any and all grand jury information to the House Judiciary Committee, as has occurred in every similar investigation in the past,” Nadler said Friday. “There is ample precedent for the Department of Justice sharing all of the information that the attorney general proposes to redact to the appropriate congressional committees. Again, Congress must see the full report.”

Barr has provided a four-page summary of the Mueller report and is preparing to release more of the 300-plus page document that will likely exclude classified information and grand jury testimony.

Democrats are threatening to subpoena Barr for the full report if he fails to turn it over next week.