Charles Kupperman, House Dems Reject Mulvaney’s Motion to Intervene


If former Trump National Security Adviser John Bolton’s former deputy and House Democrats agree on one thing it’s that they definitely don’t acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney getting involved in a lawsuit over whether current and former administration officials are required to comply with demands to testify.

The lawsuit was initially filed by former White House national security official Charles Kupperman last month after the Trump administration ordered him not to comply with a subpoena from House Democrats. Last Friday, Mulvaney sought to intervene. On Monday, an attorney for Kupperman and lawyers for House Democrats  both rejected Mulvaney’s motion to interview, but in slightly different ways.

You can read both filings below.

Charles Kupperman rejects Mulvaney by Law&Crime on Scribd

House opposes Mulvaney by Law&Crime on Scribd

This is a developing story. 

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