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Judge rejects suit by former Trump NSC aide on indictment, summons

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The holidays are not stopping over, the legislature, of fighting, what comes next for President, the trump card of the accusation; Mark Meredith reports from Washington.

A Federal judge in Washington, a lawsuit by former National Security Council aide Charles Kupperman, who had asked to decide the courts if he had to meet, a house with a subpoena for his testimony in the congressional impeachment inquiry has thrown.

Judge Richard Leon late on Monday night, dismissed the lawsuit as moot, the completion of the house is no longer of interest had, in the hearing of Kupperman. Kupperman ‘ s former boss, ex-National security adviser John Bolton, also had refused a summons and said he would not testify voluntarily.

“The house has clearly intent on pursuing Kupperman, and his claims are so wrote in dispute,” Leon.

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EX-WHITE-HOUSE-OFFICIAL COURT ASKS WHETHER IT SHOULD REQUEST TO TESTIFY IN THE HOUSE IMPEACHMENT

Kupperman, a former Deputy national security adviser, a court was asked to decide whether he had to comply with the subpoena, given that the White house had instructed him to and to not appear to other officials before a congressional investigation into Trump’s interactions with Ukraine.

The Democratically controlled house, to carry out their investigation, approved the indictment against Trump earlier this month.

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., since then, held on the article, and said she wanted to ensure the Republican-controlled Senate would make the implementation of a “fair trial” of the President

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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