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Judges wrestle over Trump bid to block testimony sought by House

Reuters Friday, 3 January 2020
U.S. appeals court judges on Friday grappled with broad legal arguments by President Donald Trump's administration seeking to block former White House Counsel Don McGahn from testifying to a congressional committee as part of the impeachment effort against Trump.
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