Committees seek testimony from Mulvaney in impeachment probe

Committees seek testimony from Mulvaney in impeachment probe

US House of Representatives committees conducting an impeachment inquiry of President Trump said on Tuesday they had asked Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House Chief of Staff, to appear for a deposition on Nov. 8. Mulvaney has emerged as a central figure in the inquiry, including his statement at an Oct. 17 news conference that the White House had withheld security assistance for Ukraine.

Sandra
Sandra
Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 3 months

US Citizens even those that work in the white house should NEVER give testimony without the right to legal counsel. Which only proves this is a coup fueled by corrupt media and corrupt leftist not a inquiry. None of these publications even mentioned this how sad. Even our poorest citizen is guaranteed the right to counsel via a public defender if they can not afford an attorney. The leftist are ignoring the foundation of our legal system.

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