2 Years Later, Former White House Counsel Don McGahn Agrees To Testify - 2021-05-13

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F97.png 2 Years Later, Former White House Counsel Don McGahn Agrees To Testify May 13, 2021, Jaclyn Diaz, National Public Radio

Former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn will testify before the House Judiciary Committee about his role in former special prosecutor Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, the panel announced Wednesday.

McGahn will speak only to committee members in private, under an agreement negotiated by his attorneys, the committee and the Justice Department. The interview will be conducted "as soon as possible" and a transcript will be released publicly shortly thereafter, according to the court filing.

McGahn served as the campaign attorney for former President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential run and later as his White House counsel until 2018.

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