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Pondering Impeachment, House Sues Don McGahn, Ex-White House Counsel, for Testimony

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 7 August 2019
The Judiciary Committee hopes a federal judge will strike down the White House’s “absolute immunity” claims, clearing the way for testimony from key witnesses to the special counsel.
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