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White House Rejects Subpoena Seeking Documents from McGhan On Mueller Inquiry

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White House Rejects Subpoena Seeking Documents from McGhan On Mueller Inquiry

White House Rejects Subpoena Seeking Documents from McGhan On Mueller Inquiry

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, President Donald Trump's administration rejected a subpoena from a Democratic-led congressional committee seeking documents from former White House counsel Don McGahn relating to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia inquiry.

Current White House counsel, Pat Cipollone, reportedly said that McGahn was directed not to produce the White House records in response to the subpoena from the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee.

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