White House blocks former aide from answering 212 Judiciary panel questions

Apr 2013
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La La Land North
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Even the most ardent Dotard sycophant must start to wonder what and how much does this administration have to hide with all the non-answers to questions that shouldn't be all that hard.

What are they hiding?

What are they hiding?

What are they hiding?

White House lawyers blocked former deputy counsel Annie Donaldson from answering the House Judiciary Committee's questions about the Russia investigation 212 times, according to a transcript of her written testimony the panel released Monday.
Why it matters: Donaldson was former White House counsel Don McGahn's chief of staff. Her notes feature prominently in the obstruction section of former Special Counsel Mueller's report.
The big picture: The White House previously instructed Donaldson and former communications director Hope Hicks not to testify or turn over documents related to their time in the administration.
  • Hicks became the first witness to at least partially comply with a subpoena in the committee's obstruction of justice investigation. A White House counsel sitting in on the interview blocked her from answering any questions.
  • House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) announced last month he'd reached an agreement to receive written testimony from Donaldson. Though she did address some aspects of her tenure, Donaldson did not reveal any new revelations concerning the Mueller investigation.
There is a transcript of the session in the link. White House blocks former aide Annie Donaldson from answering 212 Judiciary panel questions
 
Jun 2019
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NC
#4
Even the most ardent Dotard sycophant must start to wonder what and how much does this administration have to hide with all the non-answers to questions that shouldn't be all that hard.

What are they hiding?

What are they hiding?

What are they hiding?

White House lawyers blocked former deputy counsel Annie Donaldson from answering the House Judiciary Committee's questions about the Russia investigation 212 times, according to a transcript of her written testimony the panel released Monday.
Why it matters: Donaldson was former White House counsel Don McGahn's chief of staff. Her notes feature prominently in the obstruction section of former Special Counsel Mueller's report.
The big picture: The White House previously instructed Donaldson and former communications director Hope Hicks not to testify or turn over documents related to their time in the administration.
  • Hicks became the first witness to at least partially comply with a subpoena in the committee's obstruction of justice investigation. A White House counsel sitting in on the interview blocked her from answering any questions.
  • House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) announced last month he'd reached an agreement to receive written testimony from Donaldson. Though she did address some aspects of her tenure, Donaldson did not reveal any new revelations concerning the Mueller investigation.
There is a transcript of the session in the link. White House blocks former aide Annie Donaldson from answering 212 Judiciary panel questions
After today the Dems have confirmed for me they're all bark and no bite, it's a shame we don't have another Teddy.
 
Oct 2010
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Colorado
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After today the Dems have confirmed for me they're all bark and no bite, it's a shame we don't have another Teddy.
Or like a Howard Dean before he was neutered. Bad. Do not go against the neocons who were doing the will of the global swamp dwellers.

Howard's still breathing. It doesn't always work out that way.
 
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