Congressional subpoena

The White House headed off a threat from House Democrats to move forward with contempt proceedings against two of its key cabinet members by asserting executive privilege over subpoenaed documents. A message from Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd sent to House Oversight Committee chair Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) informs the panel that the White House had
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A new poll shows that very few Americans believe that former senior members of the Trump administration should ignore subpoenas from Congress, while many more want them to testify. The new Hill-HarrisX poll found that 74 percent of registered voters, nearly three-quarters, opined that senior Trump administration members should be made to testify before Congress
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