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Trump chief of staff Mulvaney summoned to testify in impeachment probe

SBS Tuesday, 5 November 2019 ()
US House impeachment investigators summoned President Donald Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney for a deposition, saying he has "substantial first-hand knowledge" of Trump's efforts to pressure Ukraine.
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News video: Mick Mulvaney Receives Subpoena For Trump's Impeachment Inquiry

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White House Chief of staff Mick Mulvaney received a subpoena. He must appear before the House Intelligence Committee as part of President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry. An official said Mulvaney “has the opportunity to uphold his oath to the nation and Constitution.” He said: "We hope Mr....

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