WATCH: Top Senate Judiciary Dem wants more info on Uranium-Russia deal; Rep. renews call for independent probe

Ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) thinks Senators should know more about the FBI investigation into Uranium One.

Feinstein, who is also a senior member of the Senate Intelligence Committee, at first refused to comment on reports of the Uranium One-Russia revelations saying, “I don’t know very much about it.”

When pressed on the issue, she said she thought senators on the intel committee should know more about it, but she would "have to know more about it to know.”

Her colleague, Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), the ranking member on the Intelligence Committee, wouldn’t say whether the FBI should have kept his committee in the loop on the Uranium One investigation.

“That’s one I’m just looking through the stories,” Warner told The Hill on Tuesday afternoon.

House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) would not comment on what, if anything, the FBI told members of the House panel, but he used the recent revelations to renew his call for an "independent investigation.”

Calling the House GOP investigations into the Uranium One deal — that occurred under then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s tenure — a “win for the Russians,” Swalwell conceded, “I do think that a part of our oversight is to understand the threats against the United States and what other actors are seeking to do. Russia we know is an aggressive actor and, you know, this is why I’ve said all along that we need an independent investigation because this has become too politicized.”

Watch the video above to hear the officials in their own words.