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Can Trump block witnesses, access to documents?

Trump has refused to cooperate in numerous congressional probes, setting the state for several long court fights.

President Donald Trump is refusing to cooperate with several committees in the House of Representatives that have launched investigations of his presidency and business dealings, setting the stage for a legal confrontation that is likely to land in the US Supreme Court.

"We just went through the Mueller witch-hunt," Trump told reporters at the White House on Wednesday. "And they came up with no collusion and they also came with no obstruction."

"We are fighting all the subpoenas. These are not like impartial people. Look, the Democrats are trying to win 2020," Trump told reporters after saying in a tweet earlier in the day he would take the issue "to the US Supreme Court."

But constitutional scholars and Washington, DC, lawyers say Trump's legal ability to fend off demands from the House, where opposition Democrats control key committees, is weak. The president can only delay Congress's access by litigating in federal court, although that is a process that could take months.

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