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4 Legal Scholars Set To Testify In House Impeachment Inquiry

Newsy Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
4 Legal Scholars Set To Testify In House Impeachment InquiryWatch VideoThe House Judiciary Committee has revealed the four witnesses set to testify during its first hearing in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump on Wednesday. All four are constitutional law scholars, with three selected by Democrats and one selected by Republicans.

Noah Feldman is a Harvard Law School...
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Four constitutional scholars will appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.

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