Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is facing new pressure to cooperate with the House Select Committee investigating January 6 after he was notified Thursday that President Joe Biden will not assert executive privilege or immunity over documents and testimony requested by the panel, according to a copy obtained by CNN.
However, Meadows has made clear he has no intention of cooperating with the committee until the courts rule he must do so.
White House Deputy Counsel Jonathan Su wrote to Meadows’ attorney, George Terwilliger, informing him of the decision and once again citing “the unique and extraordinary circumstances where Congress is investigating an effort to obstruct the lawful transfer of power under our Constitution.”
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