House Panel to Move Quickly to Force Former Trump Counsel to Obey Subpoena

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House Panel to Move Quickly to Force Former Trump Counsel to Obey Subpoena

According to Reuters, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee said that his panel would move as quickly as possible to go to court to force President Donald Trump’s former counsel to comply with the committee’s subpoena.

Nadler gave a speech after the passage of a House vote to give lawmakers clear authority to sue the Trump administration to force officials to comply with subpoenas.

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