Feinstein's committee just produced a 6,000-page classified report on the interrogation program that says it did not. Congressional aides said she would seek Brennan's support in future, if the committee votes to declassify portions of it after the White House and CIA finish reviewing the document.
Associated Press writers Lara Jakes, Donna Cassata and Julie Pace contributed to this report.
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