(CNN)Former Trump White House Counsel Don McGahn has agreed to testify before the House Judiciary Committee next week after House Democrats and the Justice Department struck a deal paving the way for his closed-door testimony, according to three sources familiar with the discussions.
McGahn’s testimony is coming after a years-long legal battle between House Democrats and the Trump administration, after McGahn ignored a 2019 subpoena from the Judiciary panel and the Justice Department under then-President Donald Trump fought the subpoena and other sensitive information about Trump in court.
The New York Times first reported that McGahn had agreed to testify.
The Biden administration’s Justice Department and the House struck an agreement
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