One of the White House’s top national security aides and a key ally to the acting chief of staff will not appear on Capitol Hill on Monday to testify before House lawmakers, his attorney said Saturday night.
Donald: Not an unexpected ruling. This just puts a stay on the release of the documents until the SC rules on whether to hear the case or not. If the docs were released on Wednesday, then the cat's out of the bag before the SC has been able to consider granting certiorari. It's just acknowledging that you can't put the genie back into the bottle, not that the returns will not be given to Congress after full due process considerations.