The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit affirmed that Congress could turn to the courts to get its subpoena of President Trump’s former White House Counsel Don McGahn enforced.
The circuit court roundly rejected McGahn’s arguments — previously adopted by a panel of three judges from the appeals court — that the judiciary should not get involved in these kinds of disputes between the legislative and executive branches.
Read the ruling here:
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