President Trump’s vociferous rebuttal of the House impeachment inquiry, featured most prominently on his Twitter feed and at campaign rallies, is spilling into unrelated private meetings inside the White House, as his aides try to develop a more structured and consistent response to the probe…

Some Trump supporters, including Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.), have suggested the administration segment off impeachment strategizing within the White House to allow Mr. Trump to promote policy priorities and campaign themes such as economic growth, a model used by the Clinton White House during the last presidential impeachment proceedings.

Mr. Trump’s team has said it doesn’t need a similar war room, but has considered hiring additional staff to coordinate impeachment-related efforts. The White House has held extensive talks this week with Tony Sayegh, a former Treasury Department spokesman, and former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to fill that temporary role, and senior officials have discussed possibly adding both…

Stephanie Grisham, the White House press secretary and communications director, said on Thursday that she doesn’t expect any significant changes to the West Wing’s messaging. The White House will continue to point to the transcript of Mr. Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president to argue he did nothing wrong, she said.