The president feels compelled to assert executive privilege with respect to testimony sought from (Rove aide) Sara M. Taylor and (former White House counsel) Harriet E. Miers ...White House rejects congressional subpoena Jul 09, 2007
We are aware of no authority by which a congressional committee may 'direct' the executive to undertake the task of creating and providing an extensive description of every document covered by an assertion of executive privilegeWhite House rejects congressional subpoena Jul 09, 2007
I write at the direction of the president to advise and inform you that the president has decided to assert executive privilege and therefore the White House will not be making any production in response to these subpoenas for documentsWhite House asserts executive privilege Jun 28, 2007
There's very little that we do not connect with himProfessor, students identify 'Deep Throat' Apr 23, 2003
Fred Fisher Fielding (born March 21, 1939) is an American lawyer, and held the office of White House Counsel for U.S. Presidents Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush.
Fielding was born in Philadelphia and raised in Mechanicsville, Pennsylvania. Fielding attended Central Bucks High School West, graduated with honors from Gettysburg College, and then attended the University of Virginia School of Law.
He married Maria Dugger on October 21, 1967. They have two children: Adam and Alexandra.