Former White House counsel Don McGahn has been ordered to testify before Congress. Experts say the court ruling may encourage Bolton and other top Trump officials to come forward in the impeachment probe.
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US District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson ruled on Monday that former White House Counsel Don McGahn must comply with the House subpoena to testify before Congress.

McGahn was a key witness in former special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, particularly into the investigation of whether the president obstructed justice. He was subpoenaed in April by the House Judiciary Committee.

William Burck, McGahn's attorney, said his client would comply with the decision...

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