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Trump Says He Opposes Current and Fmr WH Aides Testifying to Congress: ‘No Reason to Go Any Further’

Mediaite Wednesday, 24 April 2019
President *Donald Trump* spoke to the Washington Post tonight and says he's against current and former White House aides testifying before Congress.
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President Donald Trump said he does not want his current or former aides to testify before various Democratic-controlled congressional committees.

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