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Bolton's ex-deputy not to testify in Congress on Trump's impeachment inquiry

Charles Kupperman, the deputy to former national security adviser John Bolton, was scheduled to appear before the joint committees carrying out the impeachment inquiry
21:58, 28 October 2019

Charles Kupperman
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Deputy to former national security adviser John Bolton Charles Kupperman will not testify before the Congress relating to Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry, as CBS News reported. 

It stands to mention that Kupperman did not take any positions. 

"Charles Kupperman, the deputy to former national security adviser John Bolton, was scheduled to appear before the joint committees carrying out the impeachment inquiry, but according to his attorney, he will not be testifying Monday," says the message. 

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For the decision of whether to testify or not Kupperman even turned to the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia requesting that the court decide for him whether he "should comply with the House's subpoena or with the President's assertion of immunity and instruction that he not appear and testify," Kupperman's attorney, Charles Kupperman said in a statement last week.. Bolton's former Deputy only wanted to do what the American legislation thinks right to do. 

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