Trump praises Bolsonaro’s use of ‘fake news’ in mutual show of admiration – live – The Guardian

A small fraction of the 81 individuals and entities connected to President Donald Trump have turned over documents to the House Judiciary Committee by Monday’s deadline as part of the panel’s sweeping obstruction of justiceinvestigation, according to Republican aides.

The committee had received just eight responses as of Tuesday morning, GOP counsels to the committee said. The vast majority of the 8,195 pages of material in those responses was provided by former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, who handed over 2,688 pages; Trump confidant Thomas Barrack, who supplied 3,349 pages; and the National Rifle Association, which turned over 1,466 pages, the Republicans said.


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