President Trump’s third chief of staff seemed destined for the door until impeachment came along.
White House and Justice Department attorneys work for the government and the public—but are acting in Trump’s personal interest instead.
Acting White House chief of staff faults "career bureaucrats" for seeking to undermine President Trump.
'The Worst Period of My Life': Career Fed Reflects on Being Caught Between Congressional and Agency Demands
"I don't envy them," former official says of current employees in the middle of the Trump administration's standoff with Congress.
The former Texas governor will have to hand over documents related to his involvement in the president's July 25 call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
A Fox News poll showed 51% of those surveyed support impeachment and Donald Trump took to Twitter to comment.
As White House pledges no cooperation, experts say employees have options to remain on a legal path.
What Role Did Rick Perry Play in the Trump-Ukraine Incidents at the Heart of the Impeachment Inquiry?
The president said his energy secretary suggested he talk to the Ukrainian president. Perry, once Texas' governor, said his prodding was about energy and the economy — not the Bidens.
Citing Need to Protect Career Employees, Pompeo Says State Won't Comply With Initial Impeachment Inquiry Requests
Congress is seeking to "intimidate, bully and treat improperly" career staff, says President Trump's top diplomat.
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