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White House instructs Hope Hicks not to give documents to House committee

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The White House has instructed former top Trump aide and confidante Hope Hicks and the onetime chief of staff to former White House Counsel Don McGahn not to hand over documents to the House Judiciary Committee, according to the committee's chairman, Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler. 

But Hicks has agreed to turn over some records related to her time working for the campaign, Nadler says.


The committee issued a subpoena last month to Hicks and Annie Donaldson, the former chief of staff to McGahn, in light of revelations in special counsel Robert Mueller's report. 

"The White House has instructed both Hope Hicks and Annie Donaldson not to turn over records in response to subpoenas issued by our Committee last month. I note that Ms. Hicks has agreed to turn over some documents to the Committee related to her time working for the Trump Campaign, and I thank her for that show of good faith."


Hicks has been called to testify June 19. 


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