READ: Federal court: ex-White House counsel must testify

A federal judge has ruled that former White House counsel Donald McGahn must testify before Congress.

The White House says it will appeal.

U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson made the ruling, stating that the president “does not have the power” to block aides from appearing under congressional subpoena. 

Today, this Court adds that this conclusion is inescapable precisely because compulsory appearance by dint of a subpoena is a legal construct, not a political one, and per the Constitution, no one is above the law.

U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

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  1. I don’t know sharyl I think it’s a witch hunt and has been full of hypocrisy since the President began and that the establishment can’t stop till they have their own back in place!!! The President is not working to well with the puppet masters!!!

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