Trump Before Congress May Raise Too Many Questions

President Trump said he'll testify under oath if he's called by Congress. Rhode Island Democratic Senator Jack Reed, however, thinks the President appearing before Congress might raise too many separation of powers questions. Reed told Fox News Sunday the President should only speak to special counsel Robert Mueller and should not testify before Congress. Trump said he'll testify before Congress and address any questions about his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey.

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Reed said Trump should give a deposition to Mueller under oath, but shouldn't only talk about Comey. Reed wants other conversations brought up that included Director of National Intelligence Dan Coates, National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers, and former Trump Campaign Manager Paul Manafort.

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