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Energy Secretary Perry refuses to testify before Trump impeachment inquiry: spokeswoman

Reuters Saturday, 2 November 2019 ()
Energy Secretary Rick Perry will refuse to appear before a closed session of House of Representatives committees investigating President Donald Trump for possible impeachment, an Energy Department spokeswoman said on Friday.
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