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Kellyanne Conway: WH Won't Turn Over Docs 'Willy-Nilly'

Newsmax Wednesday, 12 June 2019
The White House is not going turn to over documents to the House Judiciary Committee "willy-nilly," because many of the documents the House is demanding from the Trump administration are privileged, according to presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway.
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