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Schiff wants Cohen to testify before House Intelligence Committee

CBS News Tuesday, 5 November 2019 ()
Representative Adam Schiff, D-California, says the House Intelligence Committee has a date for Michael Cohen to come and testify "voluntarily or, if necessary, by subpoena" to explain why he lied to Congress and who else was knowledgeable.
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