Cyber czar in tug-of-war between Congress, White House

The White House’s decision to block its cyber czar from testifying at a key congressional hearing on Thursday has left Capitol Hill lawmakers frustrated and could create more headaches for the Trump administration. The White House declined to let its principal cyber adviser, Rob Joyce, appear before the Senate Armed Services Committee, citing executive privilege and past precedent not to make most National Security Council staff available.

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