WASHINGTON (CN) — The House Judiciary Committee petitioned for a rehearing of the latest decision by the D.C. Circuit on the subpoena to former White House Counsel Don McGahn. Last month, a three-judge panel ruled 2-1 that the House lacks the authority to seek court-enforcement of subpoenas including the one issued in 2019 to the former Trump advisor who claims “absolute immunity” from testifying to Congress.
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