In reversal, Mulvaney says he won't sue over impeachment probe subpoena


Public testimony is scheduled to begin tomorrow in the house impeachment probe of president trump but it's unclear if a top White House adviser will be questioned fox's John decker's live at the White House in a reversal acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney as indicated in a court filing that he does not plan to pursue litigation regarding the deposition subpoena issued to him by the US house of representatives instead Mulvaney will rely on the direction of the president in not appearing for the congressional deposition earlier this week Mulvaney withdrew a last minute effort to join a lawsuit filed by former national security adviser John Bolton's top deputy Charles Kupperman veiny is seen by congressional Democrats as a key participant and president trump's alleged effort to pressure the Ukrainian government to pursue investigations into his political

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