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The White House has formally rejected an attempt by former President Trump to assert executive privilege over a set of documents requested by a House panel investigating the Jan. 6 riots at the Capitol.The White House has formally rejected an attempt by former President Trump to assert executive privilege over a set of documents requested by a House panel investigating the Jan. 6 riots at the

White House formally rejects Trump claim of executive privilege over Jan. 6 docs | TheHill

The White House has formally rejected an attempt by former President Trump to assert executive privilege over a set of documents requested by a House panel investigating the Jan. 6 riots at the Capitol.The White House has formally rejected an attempt by former President Trump to assert executive privilege over a set of documents requested by a House panel investigating the Jan. 6 riots at the

White House formally rejects Trump claim of executive privilege over Jan. 6 docs | TheHill

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The battle over White House records of former President Donald Trump's activities related to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack intensified Wednesday as President Joe Biden formally rejected Trump's claims that the documents should be shielded from release to the House select committee investigating the insurrection. In a letter to the National Archives, the White House counsel's office said President Biden is "instructing" the agency to comply with the House select committee's request for the records. "President [Biden] maintains his conclusion that an assertion of executive privilege is not in the best interests of the United States," the letter states, after Trump last week made a broad effort to keep confidants from cooperating with the probe.The battle over White House records of former President Donald Trump's activities related to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack intensified Wednesday as President Joe Biden formally rejected Trump's claims that the documents should be shielded from release to the House select committee investigating the insurrection. In a letter to the National Archives, the White House counsel's office said President Biden is "instructing" the agency to comply with the House select committee's request for the records. "President [Biden] maintains his conclusion that an assertion of executive privilege is not in the best interests of the United States," the letter states, after Trump last week made a broad effort to keep confidants from cooperating with the probe.

White House pushes for release of Jan. 6 documents as Trump, Bannon rebuff committee

He was impeached on that count in 2019 for his actions in the Ukraine probe but not removed by the Senate. Now he is trying to block the Jan. 6 probe.He was impeached on that count in 2019 for his actions in the Ukraine probe but not removed by the Senate. Now he is trying to block the Jan. 6 probe.

Trump May Get Away With Obstruction Of Congress. Again. | HuffPost Latest News

Releasing a letter from White House counsel to the National Archives, the White House has confirmed that President Joe Biden has formally rejected former President Donald Trump from invoking executive privilege on Jan. 6 documents.Releasing a letter from White House counsel to the National Archives, the White House has confirmed that President Joe Biden has formally rejected former President Donald Trump from invoking executive privilege on Jan. 6 documents.

White House Officially Denies Trump's Executive Privilege | Newsmax.com

Jason Miller made the claim in an interview with Britain's GB News TV channel.

Trump lost weight out of office because he no longer has access to the 24-hour White House kitchen, former aide says

Donald Trump has lost between 20-25 pounds and 'tanned' and 'rested' since leaving the White House earlier this year, former spokesperson Jason Miller revealed in a Sunday interview.Donald Trump has lost between 20-25 pounds and 'tanned' and 'rested' since leaving the White House earlier this year, former spokesperson Jason Miller revealed in a Sunday interview.

Trump is a 'far happier' since leaving the White House and has lost 25 pounds, Jason Miller says | Daily Mail Online

Trump has often been criticised by health experts for having a poor diet. The 45th president was often seen treating himself to fast food and, according to... 11.10.2021, Sputnik InternationalTrump has often been criticised by health experts for having a poor diet. The 45th president was often seen treating himself to fast food and, according to media, consumed enormous amounts of fizzy drinks, with one report suggesting that...

Make My Waist Line Great Again: Trump 'Gained Weight as POTUS Because WH Kitchen Worked 24/7' - 11.10.2021, Sputnik International

Former president was known to have a terrible diet Former president was known to have a terrible diet

Trump blames White House 24/7 kitchen for presidential weight gain, aide says | The Independent

Dr. Ronny Jackson, now a Texas congressman, was once the White House physician. And Dr.

Trump Aide Says Former President Lost Weight Because he No Longer Has 24 Hour White House Kitchen | HillReporter.com

Jason Miller attributed Trump's improved health to 'not having the (White House) kitchen there 24/7'Jason Miller attributed Trump's improved health to 'not having the (White House) kitchen there 24/7'

Donald Trump 'lost 25 pounds and is a lot happier since White House' | Metro News