Former Trump aide Peter Navarro despises House subpoena in Covid-19 investigation

Navarro quoted a "direct order" from Trump to demand the right to govern. ! ! ! !

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Former White House trade adviser Peter Navarro has refused to comply with a letter from the congressional hearing about Trump's administration's response to the conference, Navarro said in a statement.

In his refusal, Navarro quoted the "direct command" of former President Donald Trump to seek a higher right. The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis made the letter public on Saturday when its chairman, James E. Clyburn, D-S.C., sent a letter in response to Navarro's refusal.

"Your complete refusal to comply with the invitation to the call is wrong," Clyburn said. "The courts have made it clear that White House advisers, like you, cannot avoid compulsory Congress." Crisis made the letter public on Saturday when its chairman, James E. Clyburn, D-S.C., sent a letter in response to Navarro's refusal.

Navarro's letter said Trump had told him to "defend the highest rights and not let these unchanging Democrats look down on what we have achieved."

"At the moment, I can not comment on Subpoena, based on a request from former President Trump for administrative authority," Navarro wrote to a House panel on Tuesday.

The issue "is out of my hands and is something that the Subcommittee should discuss with President Trump's adviser," he said. Crisis made the letter public on Saturday when its chairman, James E. Clyburn, D-S.C., sent a letter in response to Navarro's refusal.

The House team's investigation into the hosting of the epidemic has been fueled by Trump supporters' claims that it has a political agenda. Some Republican lawmakers have repeatedly demanded that Democratic leaders, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California, hold talks with "the Chinese Communist Party to respond" to the disease.

Several of Trump's allies also insulted the subpoena in a separate House investigation into Jan's attack. 6 in the U.S. Capitol. The group said last week it was planning to go ahead with measures to defame former White House chief Mark Meadows, who responded to the allegations.

Clyburn closes his letter to Navarro by warning that if he does not appear in his courtroom on Wednesday and releases the requested documents, the committee will "interpret your actions as deliberately not following the subpoena."