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"Is opposed to White House. Aides testified to congress the president tells the Washington Post that he doesn't want current and former White House aides providing testimony to congressional panels following the release of the special counsel's report, he says complying with requests. From democrat led house committees was unnecessary after the White House cooperated with Robert Muller's investigation. The president says it's very partisan in congress. And there is no reason to go further. Greg Clugston, Washington. Congress's put on notice about the reform how Medicare and social security or funded three cabinet members in the acting head of the social security administration warned congress that has to take action soon to keep Medicare from becoming insolvent and seven years and social security in twenty thirty five"