A circuit court has upheld a House subpoena for testimony from former White House counsel Don McGahn.
The District of Columbia Circuit Court found that the House Judiciary Committee has the authority to enforce the subpoena as part of the legislative branch's oversight duties.
The ruling finds that House Democrats have the standing to bring a lawsuit against McGahn to enforce their subpoena, which could trigger a White House petition to the U.S. Supreme Court.
It's not clear when the former White House attorney would be compelled to testify about claims in special counsel Robert Mueller's report, among other subjects.
BREAKING: Full DC Circuit rules in favor of House Judiciary Committee that it does have the power to sue to enforce… https://t.co/FgcVh5p9K4— Darren Samuelsohn (@Darren Samuelsohn)1596809886.0