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Yahoo! BooksApr 22, 2019
Don McGahn, ex-White House counsel, subpoenaed over Mueller report
House judiciary committee chair demands McGahn testify before Congress as Democrats escalate investigation of Trump * Follow the latest in US politics - liveDon McGahn speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference at National Harbor, Maryland on 22 February 2018. Photograph: Jacquelyn Martin/APThe Democratic chairman of the House judiciary committee has issued a subpoena demanding that former White House counsel Don McGahn testify before Congress as House speaker Nancy Pelosi vowed to hold Donald Trump to account following the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's long-awaited report on Russian influence on the 2016 US election.The move escalates the Democrats' investigations into Trump, as the party remains split over moves towards impeachment, and debates how to proceed with the evidence contained in Mueller's 448-page report, which laid out 10 episodes of potential obstruction of justice and abuse of power by the president."The special counsel's report, even in redacted form, outlines substantial evidence that President Trump engaged in obstruction and other abuses," said Jerry Nadler, the chairman of the House judiciary committee, which has the power to launch impeachment proceedings."It now falls to Congress to determine for itself the full scope of the misconduct and to decide what steps to take in the exercise of our duties of oversight, legislation and constitutional accountability."Sign up for the US morning briefingIn a statement, Nadler said the committee asked for McGahn, who coop

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Yahoo! BooksApr 22, 2019
Mueller report indicts Russia. Will Trump protect the 2020 election against Putin?
Special counsel finds 'sweeping and systematic' interference in American democracy. Address this information warfare to prevent a 2016 rerun: Our view

Yahoo! BooksApr 22, 2019
Trump: Congress 'can't impeach' him
President Donald Trump said Monday that Congress "can't impeach" him over the findings of the Mueller report into Russian election meddling and his alleged attempts to hamper the investigation. Defiantly insisting that he did nothing wrong, Trump also denied a portrait of dysfunction in the White House where disobedient aides are said to have saved him from committing obstruction of justice by refusing to carry out his instructions.

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