Rep. Darrell Issa, chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said there is no evidence that the White House was involved with a cover-up of the Fast and Furious scandal on "Fox News Sunday."
After President Obama invoked executive privilege to withhold certain documents from Congress, House Speaker John Boehner said the move "is an admission that the White House officials were involved in decisions that mislead the Congress and covered up the truth." Issa said there was no evidence of that.
"No, we don't," Issa said about whether they had such evidence. Pressed a second time, Issa said. "And I hope they don't get involved. I hope this stays at Justice. And I hope that Justice cooperates, because ultimately, Justice lied to the American people on February 4th and didn't make it right for 10 months."