White House Rebuffs Committee’s Questions On Private Email, Air Travel
White House Rebuffs Committee’s Questions on Private Email, Air Travel
The White House is rebuffing a House committee’s bipartisan request for detailed information about the Trump administration’s use of private email for government work and executive branch use of government and chartered aircraft.
In two letters Monday from White House congressional liaison Marc Short, the top Republican and Democrat on the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform were given little information sought on either topic — prompting a Democrat on the panel to suggest subpoenas might be needed.
“The White House and covered employees endeavor to comply with all relevant laws and consults with the National Archives and …