REPORT: House Democrats pursuing testimony from Jeff Sessions regarding impeachment investigation

SEPTEMBER 13, 2019

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Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee are reportedly pursuing testimony from former Attorney General Jeff Sessions regarding their impeachment probe into President Trump.

Democrats allegedly want to question Sessions about his unsteady relationship with Trump, including his decision to recuse himself from the Russia investigation, according to the Washington Post.

The article goes on to state the following:

Officials familiar with the matter told the Post that congressional aides for the Judiciary Committee reached out over the summer to Charles Cooper, an attorney for Sessions, but Cooper insisted that the former head of the Justice Department would only comply with the request if forced by a subpoena.

Cooper told the Post he’s made it clear that Sessions “will not appear except under compulsion of a congressional subpoena.”

A subpoena has not yet been issued.

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