Acting White House Chief of Staff Moves to Join Lawsuit Over House Subpoena

After refusing to comply with a subpoena and skipping out on scheduled testimony earlier in the day, acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney Friday night filed a motion to intervene in a pending lawsuit asking a court to determine whether the president’s advisers are required to testify in the House impeachment probe. 

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House Withdraws Subpoena for Ex-Top National Security Adviser

House Democrats reversed course Wednesday when they abruptly yanked a subpoena for testimony from former White House deputy national security adviser Charles Kupperman, one of several officials who listened in on the call between President Donald Trump and Ukraine President Volodomyr Zelensky that underpins the impeachment inquiry.

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Judge Pledges Quick End to Fight Over Impeachment Testimony

A federal judge determined to fast-track a case brought by impeachment inquiry witness Charles Kupperman indicated Thursday the dispute over the former deputy national security adviser’s testimony to Congress will likely be resolved before the year is out. 

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Former Trump Aide Seeks Federal Ruling on Testifying in Impeachment Inquiry

Faced with a subpoena by House Democrats and President Trump’s claim of “constitutional immunity,” a former aide to the president filed a lawsuit in D.C. late Friday asking a federal judge to determine if he is required to testify in the impeachment inquiry, a decision that could affect other witnesses who worked closely with the president.

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Resignation Won’t Divert House Subpoena of Rick Perry

Facing scrutiny about his role in Ukraine dealings that have driven a campaign to impeach President Donald Trump, Energy Secretary Rick Perry will resign his office. Before that can happen, the clock for Perry to answer a House subpoena runs down Friday.

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Ex-National Security Council Figure Opens Up in Impeachment Probe

A former member of President Donald Trump’s national-security team is testifying before the committees marshaling the House’s impeachment inquiry on Monday, beginning a whirlwind week of subpoena deadlines and testimony from people at the center of the probe.

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Democrats Answer Trump’s Name-Calling With Subpoenas

Agitated and angry, President Donald Trump squared off against House Democrats, packing his increasingly aggressive impeachment defense with name-calling, insults and expletives. Quietly but just as resolutely, lawmakers expanded their inquiry, promising a broad new subpoena for documents and witnesses.

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