WASHINGTON (AP) -- Presidents since George Washington have resisted congressional requests for documents and the testimony of administration officials by asserting a power known as executive privilege. Executive privilege is the president's power to keep information from the courts, Congress and the public to protect the confidentiality of presidential decision-making....


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