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White House counsel criticizes House probe

Seattle Times Wednesday, 15 May 2019
WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House counsel has sent a letter to the House Judiciary Committee chairman, harshly criticizing an investigation into President Donald Trump and rejecting sweeping document requests. Pat Cippillone sent the letter Tuesday. He suggests Democrats are seeking a “do-over” of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. He also questions whether the […]
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White House counsel Pat Cipollone told the House Judiciary Committee&apos;s chairman the White House will not comply with the panel&apos;s requests.

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