McGahn left the White House last October.
In interviews, a dozen moderate House Democrats, including several freshmen who flipped GOP-held districts, said they opposed impeaching Trump, and considered the debate premature. White House Counsel Pat Cipollone said in a letter to the Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, that McGahn's record remains legally protected from disclosure.
Rep. Bill Pascrell, D-N.J., said it's also a formal legal proceeding, which could strengthen Democrats' hand in securing testimony, documents and cooperation from the administration if they continue to stonewall congressional oversight. "I think the first priority has to be get Mueller before the Congress and the American people".
"I say that we have a duty, a responsibility and an obligation under the Constitution of the United States of America to do our duty", Green said.
They have begun issuing subpoenas on multiple fronts as part of their investigations into Russia's interference in the USA election and possible obstruction of justice by the president. The attorney general, William Barr, has said on multiple occasions he is willing to allow Mueller to testify.
Democrats and some conservative critics of the president have argued that the government is now experiencing a "constitutional crisis," as the Trump administration has refused to comply with a series of subpoenas from Congress.
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In particular, Mehta said that congressional investigations of former presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton were not attached to any specific legislative goal. Mueller's letter was not made public until late April, when portions were leaked to The Washington Post and The New York Times. Despite repeated claims that Mueller's findings exonerate him, the president has tweeted "Bob Mueller should not testify". They were previously the top Democrats on the panels.
Six committees in the House, led by Democrats, are doing just that, examining the president's business dealings, requesting his tax returns and probing any ties to Russian Federation.
"After comparing Trump's information with that of other" high-income earners", the Times concluded that Trump" seems to have lost more money than any individual American taxpayer". Democrats said they need the returns to study how the IRS enforces tax law for sitting presidents.
Some Democrats signaled that moment could be approaching quickly.
"I don't think this country could survive another four years of a president like this, who gets up every day trying to find new and inventive ways to divide us", Schiff continued.