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Testify Tomorrow or Face Contempt Charges, Threaten Chairs of Committees in Impeachment Inquiry

“Should your client defy the subpoena, his absence will constitute evidence that may be used against him in a contempt proceeding,” wrote the three chairs of the House committees involved in the impeachment inquiry, according to The Hill, regarding former White House deputy national security adviser Charles Kupperman, who is supposed to testify tomorrow. Kupperman […]

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Companies Complain that Rival Company with Ties to Trump’s Brother Got $33 Million Government Contract

Both the Government Accountability Office and the Justice Department’s inspector general have received complaints from other companies after CertiPath, a company with which President Trump’s brother has financial ties, was awarded a $33 million government contract. That contract is with the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). CertiPath is owned by two companies, one of which, SHiRT […]

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Judge Rules State Department Must Turn Over Ukraine Documents

Today U.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper ruled that the State Department must turn over documents related to the Trump administration’s dealings with the Ukraine. The judge gave the State Department 30 days to begin to comply. That ruling came as the result of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by an ethics watchdog organization […]