Trump’s former White House lawyer may blow off the president’s demand to ignore subpoenas: report
President Trump participates in a roundtable discussion in Minnesota. (Screenshot/YouTube)

President Donald Trump has made several moves to thwart multiple investigations into his presidency by House Democrats.


The White House told aides not to comply with subpoena in an attempt to stonewall investigations.

However, CNN reporter Manu Raju said that lawyers might ignore Trump's demands. Recently, Trump boasted about his leadership by saying no one defies his orders after special counsel Robert Mueller's report reveals that several aides did not do as he commanded.

"Facing WH defiance over demands and refusal to comply with subpoenas, Dems acknowledge they have limited options to push back. Holding in contempt is mostly symbolic and enforcing subpoenas will take court action and take time. So they'll go to court," Manu tweeted.

"Facing WH defiance over demands and refusal to comply with subpoenas, Dems acknowledge they have limited options to push back. Holding in contempt is mostly symbolic and enforcing subpoenas will take court action and take time. So they'll go to court," added.