Sarah Sanders: Congress should consult with the White house when receiving confidential information

On the eve of the former adviser to trump refused to answer questions from legislators at hearings in the framework of the “Russian investigation”

Congress should consult with the White house in all cases, when he seeks to obtain confidential information that may be subject to rules on presidential prerogatives is the confidentiality of conversations and correspondence of the President, said on Wednesday the press-Secretary of the White house Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

“In all cases, when it comes to matters concerning White house, the Congress needs to consult with the White house before receiving confidential materials,” said Sanders reporters in a briefing.

Statement of Sarah Huckabee Sanders was in answer to a question due to the fact that on the eve of a former adviser to trump Steve Bannon refused to answer questions from members of the house Committee on intelligence-related investigation into the alleged actions of Russia with the aim to influence the presidential elections in 2016 in the United States.