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McGahn declined White House request to say Trump didn't obstruct justice

CBS News Saturday, 11 May 2019
The White House asked former White House counsel Don McGahn to publicly state President Trump did not obstruct justice, CBS News has confirmed. Niall Stanage, The Hill's White House correspondent, joined CBSN to about the development.
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