Trump uses White House reception with hockey team to complain about impeachment and Nancy Pelosi
Harry Dunn's parents REJECT Trump's 'bombshell' offer to confront their son's killer in White House ambush
"Right now, the White House is clear that it's not going to participate in an illegitimate sham process," says Steven Groves, the White House deputy press secretary. President Trump has held firm against the impeachment inquiry, but that hasn't stopped officials from testifying.
"As White House counsel, you have a responsibility to serve the Office of the President, not the president himself. Your letter unfortunately conveys a different understanding." An open letter to White House counsel Pat Cipollone from Lanny A. Breuer:
BREAKING: Discovered late tonight that Chairman Nunes made material changes to the memo he sent to White House – changes not approved by the Committee. White House therefore reviewing a document the Committee has not approved for release.