Trump Is Opposed To His Aides Testifying On Mueller Report

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(Top row, from left) Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort; former National Security Adviser General Michael Flynn; and US President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen. (Bottom row, from left) Former Trump deputy campaign manager Rick Gates; former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos; and former Trump campaign political adviser Roger Stone.PHOTOS: EPA-EFE, REUTERS, AFP, BLOOMBERG

The White House made a decision to assert executive privilege to prevent McGahn and a few other current and former Trump administration officials from testifying, according to the Washington Post.

As stated by President Trump, the lawyers for the White House had not “made a final, final decision” regarding whether they would assert executive privilege, as reported by the Post.

However, Trump told reporters that he definitely opposed cooperating with the House Democrats, who he stated were simply trying to gain political points against him.

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