The White House has repeatedly blocked Democrats' efforts to question the former White House counsel, who was a key witness in the Mueller report.
President Donald Trump also told ABC News that he never told Don McGahn to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, despite McGahn's testimony.
The House will also more forward with enforcing subpoenas against Attorney General William Barr and ex-White House counsel Don McGahn.
Rep. Jerry Nadler also subpoenaed the chief of staff to former White House counsel Don McGahn.
The House Judiciary Committee chair also pilloried Trump for blocking testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn, holding a hearing featuring an empty chair.
The House speaker has advocated for a more incremental approach.
A Justice Department legal opinion says the House Judiciary Committee can't compel McGahn to testify.
After Mueller's report came out, the former White House counsel was reportedly asked to say it wasn't obstruction when Trump told him to fire the special counsel.
The former White House counsel was asked to turn over documents by Tuesday.
Sanders said she was "not aware" of a "formal" instruction to the former White House counsel, ignoring the president's own words on Fox News.
Don McGahn and others in the White House did what’s become common among Republicans in Washington: Dealing with Trump by ignoring him.
Lawmakers are asking the former White House counsel to testify as part of their inquiry into Trump's potential obstruction of justice in the Russia probe.
Robert Mueller's report laid out at least 11 instances in which Trump aides and allies, including his former counsel Don McGahn, refused to carry out orders.
The special counsel's report says then-White House counsel Don McGahn threatened to resign after the president ordered him to fire Mueller in 2017.
The former White House counsel lashed back over attacks on his credibility.
The president is quoted in the report complaining about note-taking during a meeting with former White House counsel Don McGahn.
Kirstjen Nielsen is latest victim in a "pattern" of Trump lashing out at officials who call him on illegal actions, says Kellyanne Conway's husband.
Flood, who has been representing Trump in the Russia investigation, is a temporary replacement for Don McGahn.
McGahn was instrumental in many of the president’s biggest wins during his first two years in office.