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Mulvaney seeks to join lawsuit questioning House subpoena power, sidestepping impeachment testimony

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Mulvaney seeks to join lawsuit questioning House subpoena power, sidestepping impeachment testimonyActing White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney filed a motion late Friday to join a lawsuit slated to test the House’s power to subpoena executive branch officials during the ongoing impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
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News video: Mick Mulvaney Receives Subpoena For Trump's Impeachment Inquiry

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White House Chief of staff Mick Mulvaney received a subpoena. He must appear before the House Intelligence Committee as part of President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry. An official said Mulvaney “has the opportunity to uphold his oath to the nation and Constitution.” He said: "We hope Mr....

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