White House bars coronavirus task force members from testifying before Congress

White House bars coronavirus task force members from testifying before Congress

Coronavirus task force members are prohibited from testifying before Congress this month under new guidance issued by the administration as they are involved in pandemic mitigation responsibilities. In a memo sent to congressional committees, the administration said the officials were under an ’extraordinary’ demand due to the pandemic and it was reasonable that they not appear at any hearings.

KCooper
KCooper
Robert_Clearwater
Robert_Clearwater 2 weeks

Can you imagine the nonsensical garbage that some lefties would play? I do not think it is too far of a stretch to imagine a bunch of lefties and the rest of the swamp monsters forcing Trump's team to spend its time in endless meetings and then tell the American people "look at Orange man bad, he is having these doctors waste their time with beauracrat stuff." Then CNN will run an article that Trump is a terrible president.

Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 2 weeks

Given the false and misleading trash that came out of the house during the Ukraine witch hunt I would just make it a policy that no one in the administration go before any house committee. Definitely not one run by literal conspiracy theorists the likes appointed to this committee

michael
michael 2 weeks

that is poor reasoning. they show up on news shows all the time to give information. why not let the elected officials ask questions?

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😈😈😈😈😈 2 weeks

Who’s trying to hide what?

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