In this Feb. 9, 2018 file photo, White House Communications Director Hope Hicks appears in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington. (Photo: AP)
House Democrats say they have secured the cooperation of the former White House communications director in their efforts to investigate President Trump, according to Washington Times.
A spokesman for Rep. Jerry Nadler, New York Democrat and House Judiciary Committee chairman, told CNN that Hope Hicks has agreed to provide documents requested by the panel in its sweeping demands of dozens of Trump-related persons and entities earlier this month, Washington Times reported
Ms. Hicks is reportedly a longtime confidante of the tycoon and reality-TV star turned president, but it’s not clear what information she might have. Her attorney declined to comment to CNN for the report Wednesday, Washington Times said.