On May 19, the New York Times published a story which said that according to the official White House minutes of President Trump's May 10 Oval Office meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavarov, President Trump said this:
I just fired the head of the F.B.I. He was crazy, a real nut job. I faced great pressure because of Russia. That’s taken off.
This quote was significant enough that former FBI director Comey mentioned it during his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee:
[President Trump] told me repeatedly that he had talked to lots of people about me, including our current attorney general, and had learned that I was doing a great job and that I was extremely well-liked by the FBI workforce. So it confused me when I saw on television the president saying that he actually fired me because of the Russia investigation and learned, again, from the media that he was telling, privately, other parties that my firing had relieved great pressure on the Russia investigation.
My question is, have any of the investigations looking into the Trump-Russia matter requested the official White House minutes that this quote is from? There are multiple investigations looking into this matter: there's the House Intelligence Committee investigation, there's the Senate Intelligence Committee investigation, there's the Senate Judiciary Committee investigation, and there's the FBI investigation overseen by special prosecutor Robert Mueller. Have any of these investigations contacted the White House in order to request or subpoena these official minutes?