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Washington Post lawyers are deposing ex-Nunes aides in libel suit about 2017 White House visit

1 day ago   |   By Politico

Attorneys for The Washington Post have been deposing ex-aides to Devin Nunes as the newspaper fends off the former GOP lawmaker's libel suit connected to an unusual trip Nunes made to the Trump White House in 2017. At a court hearing on Wednesday, a lawyer for the newspaper indicated that it had subpoenaed and spoken with several staffers in pursuit of new details about Nunes' March 21, 2017, visit to the White House to review classified intelligence, as well as his decision to travel to the White House the next day and brief then-President Donald Trump. Among those the attorneys have...
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