As if those battles weren't enough, President Trump himself made clear in an interview with the Washington Post on Tuesday that he doesn't want to see his aides testifying on Capitol Hill in contentious hearings, especially about he Russia investigation.
That came amid questions over how the White House might try to block testimony by former White House Counsel Donald McGahn, who has been served with a subpoena to testify before the House Judiciary Committee about his comments in the Mueller Report.
"There is a reason Trump was okay letting McGahn speak to Mueller but is doing everything to block him from testifying in front of Congress," said Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) of the President. "He understands the power of television."
Democrats made clear they had no intentions of backing away from additional hearings about the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.
"The Mueller report includes the results of the criminal probe, but not the findings of the counterintelligence investigation," said Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who chairs the House Intelligence Committee.
Staying away from television cameras on Tuesday, the President took to Twitter to jab at Democrats over their push to hold more hearings to explore questions in the 448 page Mueller Report.
"You mean the Stock Market hit an all-time record high today and they’re actually talking impeachment!?" the President tweeted, adding his summary: "NO COLLUSION."