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Mick Mulvaney will not continue the judicial fight against his subpoena

Instead, his lawyers told a federal judge Tuesday morning that he expected to obey the order of the White House and the Department of Justice not to testify.

Mulvaney had tried to seek help from the court for not being found guilty of contempt of court, according to his legal arguments over the past four days. He had asserted that he could not choose between complying with the subpoena he had received from the House and with the instructions of the White House telling him that he was in the house. shelter to testify.
Judge excludes audience from Mick Mulvaney's hearing following subpoena in the House

"After further examination, Mr. Mulvaney does not intend to pursue the lawsuit regarding the subpoena issued to him by the US House of Representatives." US Justice did not appear for the deposition in question, "wrote his lawyers in a case Tuesday morning.

"In the light of the above statement, Mr. Mulvaney respectfully suggests that the status conference scheduled by this Court for this afternoon is no longer necessary, and therefore the Court may wish Mr. Mulvaney appreciates the time of the Court's consideration of his motion to intervene and the opportunity to be heard on this motion. "

This story begins and will be updated.



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