President Trump, asked about his acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney's refusal to testify in the impeachment inquiry today, said he would "love to have" Mulvaney testify — but added he doesn't want to give "credibility" to the impeachment inquiry.
"I don't want to give credibility to a corrupt witch hunt. I'd love to have Mick go up frankly," Trump told reporters on the south lawn.
He continued: "I think he'd do great. I'd love to have him go up. I'd love to have almost every person go up when they know me. What I don't like is when they put all these people that I never met before."
Moments ago, President Trump also said the House shouldn't have public hearings in the impeachment inquiry.