2 attorneys general to subpoena Trump Organization, IRS in lawsuit alleging presidential profiting – NBCNews.com

  1. 2 attorneys general to subpoena Trump Organization, IRS in lawsuit alleging presidential profiting  NBCNews.com
  2. D.C., Maryland begin seeking Trump financial documents in case related to his D.C. hotel  The Washington Post
  3. 2 attorneys general to subpoena Trump Organization, IRS  POLITICO
  4. DC, Maryland AGs subpoena Trump Org, Pentagon in lawsuit over DC hotel  Fox News
  5. Trump’s Trust, Business Tax Returns Sought by Maryland, DC  Bloomberg
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Comey backs off legal challenge to subpoena, says he'll testify to House in private – Washington Examiner

  1. Comey backs off legal challenge to subpoena, says he’ll testify to House in private  Washington Examiner
  2. Comey says he will testify after legal challenge  CNN
  3. Ex-FBI head Comey drops challenge to U.S. House panel subpoena  AOL
  4. Will the House Judiciary Committee get to question Comey?  Fox News
  5. Comey says he’s reached agreement with Republicans for testimony | TheHill  The Hill
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Comey challenge to House subpoena goes to court – CNN

  1. Comey challenge to House subpoena goes to court  CNN
  2. Pavlich Rips Comey Over Public Hearing Demand: ‘Out-of-Touch, Entitled Gov’t Bureaucrat’  Fox News Insider
  3. Lawyers spar over House subpoena for ex-FBI director Comey  ABC News
  4. James Comey Asks Judge To Block GOP Efforts For Closed-Door Testimony  HuffPost
  5. Katie Pavlich: Comey negotiating his subpoena is ‘absurd’  Fox News
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Trump would fight any U.S. special counsel subpoena in court: president's lawyer

Trump would fight any U.S. special counsel subpoena in court: president's lawyerIf U.S. President Donald Trump is subpoenaed by a special counsel investigating contacts between the 2016 Trump election campaign and Russia, his lawyers will attempt to quash it in court, one of Trump’s lawyers said on Sunday. Any legal battle over whether the president can be compelled to testify could go all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, the lawyer, Jay Sekulow, said on ABC’s “This Week” show. Sekulow also said that Trump has not decided whether he would voluntarily sit for an interview with U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who was appointed to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election and any possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Moscow officials.


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