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House Judiciary Committee Democrats announced on Wednesday that the former White House Communications Director, Hope Hicks has agreed to testify before the panel next week, after they invited in the month of may, Special Counsel Robert Miller’s report.

The interview will be held 19. June, and a closed door transcript is published, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler said. Hicks, to Trump a long-time helper, was s mentioned in Müller’s report, the alleged Democrats, unexplored evidence of obstruction of justice.

Hicks told Fox News she had “nothing to add” to the Committee the statement. She is Executive Vice President and Chief Communications Officer at Fox Corporation. Fox News is a subsidiary of the Fox Corporation.

In a statement, Nadler, D-NY, apparently recognized that the Democrats may not get all the answers to your questions. Robert trout, a lawyer for Hicks, had said, that the Committee in a letter last week, that there are important differences between the documents and witness statements relating to Hicks’ work on the trump campaign, in contrast to their time in the White house, what can be protected by executive privilege.

Earlier this month, has instructed the White house to make Hicks, of certain documents related to their time in the White house, citing the privilege.

Former White House Communications Director, Hope Hicks has agreed to testify before the House Judiciary Committee next week, its Chairman said.
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“Ms. Hicks understands that the Committee is free to ask how it thinks is right, even about your time at the trump campaign and their time in the White house,” Nadler said. “It should be, a privilege or other objection in relation to any question, we will try to resolve any discrepancies, subject to our rights to take any and all actions in response to unsubstantiated preference claims. We look forward to your testimony and plan to have the Protocol immediately available to the public.”

Democrats’ subpoenas to be requested specifically, among a range of other materials, information from Hicks about “the’Republican platform in 2016,” the provisions in relation to Russia and the Ukraine, including, but not limited to, the exclusion of language in terms of providing lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine and to the inclusion of language concerning the provision of “adequate support” of the armed forces of Ukraine.”

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Müller ‘ s report found no evidence of a connection between the platform deployment over Ukraine and the misconduct.

The development came in the midst of a rage, aggressive legislative activity of the house Democrats. The full house voted to effectively keep on Tuesday, attorney General Bill Barr and former White House Counsel Don McGahn in what characterizes Democrats as “contempt,” after the complained that the two were not statements properly refused to hand over documents and stuff.

Democrats have been expected to go to court soon for the enforcement of a subpoena against McGahn, which do not show up for his scheduled hearing in the last month. The White house claimed executive privilege and not testify in the direction McGahn.

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Nadler has, in addition, former McGahn aide Annie Donaldson, who was also mentioned invited, during the Müller report. Her deposition was scheduled for June 24, but it was unclear if they will appear.

At the beginning of this week, Nadler panel hits pause on a separate, still-pending contempt vote, which passed it earlier, on the full House. Meanwhile, on Wednesday, the House Oversight Committee instead of Barr Minister for trade and Wilbur Ross’s contempt for independent Affairs of the census 2020.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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