May 16, 2017
The White House refused to say Monday whether recordings exist of conversations between President Trump and visitors to the White House, including fired FBI Director James Comey.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer also refused to say whether the president would comply with congressional requests to produce the recordings.
Facing repeated questions from multiple news outlets, Spicer went back to the same line: “The president has made it clear what his position is.”
Pressed specifically on whether Trump would deny a request to turn over any recordings, the spokesman replied, “I was clear the president would have nothing further on that last week.”
This article was posted: Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 9:20 am