Hope Hicks refused to give evidences about the activity in the White House
OREANDA-NEWS. Hope Hicks, the former director of public relations of the White House, refused to give evidences about the activity in government institutions.
Hicks, specifies that some democrats upset, using "Blind immunity", giving evidences on Wednesday before the House of Representatives.
At night before hearing lawyers of the White House sent the letter to Gerry Nadler, the Chairman of the Committee, declaring Hicks unreceptive to any indications connected with her stay in the White House.
In the two-page letter the ten-year note of the Ministry of Justice giving to the president freedom to defend executive privilege concerning an interview in the Congress with the high-ranking employees of the White House is quoted.
The former director is not going to answer questions and to give certificates against the current president of America.