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House Judiciary Committee subpoenas former Trump aide Hope Hicks

CBS News Tuesday, 21 May 2019
A House committee subpoenaed former Trump aide Hope Hicks. It comes after former White House counsel Don McGahn failed to show up to a House hearing. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
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News video: House Judiciary Panel Subpoenas 2 More Former White House Officials

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The House Judiciary Committee wants to hear from former communications director Hope Hicks and former deputy counsel Annie Donaldson.

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