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The Wall Street Journal reports that the White House is considering a number of possible strategy changes, including having lawyers approve the president's tweets.
Sessions didn't disclose the meetings after allegedly being told he didn't have to detail the meetings that happened in his capacity as a senator.
The committee said it plans to schedule the hearing for after Memorial Day.
This person is a senior advisor in the White House and is close to the president, The Washington Post reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
President Donald Trump said he thinks the appointment of special counsel for the Russia investigation is bad for the United States.
The House Ways and Means Committee holds a hearing on how tax reform will affect the economy and job creation in the United States.