White House says Trump twitter meets Comey tapes annals request


WASHINGTON The White House pronounced in a minute on Friday that a twitter by President Donald Trump on Thursday was a grave answer to a ask by a House of Representatives Intelligence Committee for information about annals of conversations with dismissed FBI Director James Comey.

The minute to Republican Representative Mike Conaway, who is heading a panel’s review into Russian division to a 2016 election, and Representative Adam Schiff, a committee’s tip Democrat, said: “In response to a committee’s inquiry, we impute we to President Trump’s Jun 22, 2017, matter per this matter.”

The House row pronounced on Jun 9 it had created to Don McGahn, a White House counsel, seeking about a existence of any recordings or memos covering Comey’s conversations with Trump and asked that copies of a materials be supposing to a row by Jun 23.

Trump wrote on Twitter on Thursday, a day before a deadline, that he did not know if there were recordings of his conversations with Comey, though he did not make or have any such recordings.

Conaway told reporters Friday morning that Trump’s twitter was not a sufficient response.

Schiff pronounced in a matter on Thursday that Trump’s Twitter criticism stopped brief of denying a White House had tapes or recordings and pronounced a White House contingency respond in writing.

(This chronicle of a story corrects Conaway’s purpose to personality of review from authority in second paragraph)

(Reporting by Patricia Zengerle; Writing by Eric Walsh; Editing by Cynthia Osterman and Bill Trott)


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