Responding to a deadline set by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), where he gave President Trump until December 6 to inform the committee whether his counsel will participate in upcoming impeachment proceedings, the White House has called impeachment inquiry as a whole "baseless."
CNN's Jim Acosta shared a copy of the letter to Twitter:
Senior admin official acknowledges the letter doesn't specifically state the WH won't participate. But that's what… https://t.co/O7HG7svlKu— Jim Acosta (@Jim Acosta) 1575668407.0
While the letter doesn't specifically state the White House won't participate, that's what it means, according to a… https://t.co/kJt4jkPhNr— Jeremy Herb (@Jeremy Herb) 1575668809.0
Senior Administration Official tells CBS News that WH Counsel's letter to @RepJerryNadler is "a clear indication th… https://t.co/2ICWPgPu47— Mark Knoller (@Mark Knoller) 1575669296.0
While the letter the WH sent to the Judiciary Committee does not explicitly say whether it will participate in the… https://t.co/IU82ofoikk— Geoff Bennett (@Geoff Bennett) 1575669498.0