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Ex-White House lawyer to skip hearing as Democrats debate next steps

CTV News Tuesday, 21 May 2019
House Democrats are facing yet another brazen attempt by U.S. President Donald Trump to stonewall their investigations, this time with former White House counsel Donald McGahn defying a subpoena for his testimony on orders from the White House.
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According to Reuters, The U.S. House of Representatives committee that would handle any impeachment of President Donald Trump briefly convened and then adjourned a hearing on Tuesday with another empty chair at the witness table, as former White House counsel Don McGahn did not show up to testify.

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