McGahn rebuffed White House request to say Trump did not obstruct justice

McGahn rebuffed White House request to say Trump did not obstruct justice

The White House asked former White House counsel Don McGahn to say publicly that he did not believe that President Trump obstructed justice. This was confirmed by McGahn’s attorney William Burck. The White House officials made the request to McGahn, but McGahn allegedly declined -- purportedly because he didn’t want to weigh in on the evidence in the report beyond his own testimony.

KCooper
KCooper
Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 8 months

Orange man bad. Trump 2020!

consistency
consistency 8 months

jesus, is there anyone that has worked with or for trump that doesn't despise and vehemently disagree morally with him afterwards?

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 8 months

All actions of a guilty man.

Russ Kurtell
Russ Kurtell 8 months

Because he didn't.

consistency
consistency 8 months

so, now asking people to do dishonest things is the new integrity barr? thanks, trump!

liberty Ann
liberty Ann 8 months

And now Trump wants McGahn to disobey a subpoena. Another obstruction count.

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