House panel votes to authorize subpoena for Whitaker ahead of his testimony
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The House Judiciary Committee on Thursday voted to authorize a subpoena for acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker ahead of his Friday testimony, which House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said he would use if Whitaker would not answer the committee's questions.

Democrats approved the subpoena over the objection of Republicans, who accused Nadler of authorizing a pre-emptive subpoena as "political theater" with questions designed to embarrass the acting attorney general.

The resolution passed on...

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