The White House tested the limits of its claims of executive privilege Tuesday, as former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski followed the direction of the president’s lawyers and repeatedly declined to answer questions posed to him by the House Judiciary Committee and its attorney.

During a chaotic hearing that lasted nearly five hours, Lewandowski sparred with Democrats on the committee about what information he was allowed to share about his conversations with the president.

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