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Ex-House intel chairman says Trump’s lawyers don’t want him to testify because ‘he’ll say something he’s not supposed to’

A Republican who formerly chaired the House Intelligence Committee said Thursday that President Donald Trump’s legal team has reason to keep him from testifying before special counsel Robert Mueller in his Russia probe. “If you’re advising the president legally, I would say...
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