October 19, 2021

Columbus Post

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Trump wants to prevent former advisers from reporting on Capital Storm

According to media reports, former US President Donald Trump wants to prevent many of his former advisers from testifying before a congressional inquiry into the January 6 attack on US capital. The US portal “Politico” and the “Washington Post” reported on Thursday that they had asked Mark Meadows, Cash Patel, Don Scavino and Steve Bannon not to contribute to the US House of Representatives’ investigation.

In a letter to four former advisers, Trump’s lawyers argued that Trump’s contacts and related documents were protected by administrative privileges and the protection of attorney-client relationships and should therefore not be made public.