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LAWYER UP – More lawyers are joining the fray as the House proceeds with its inquiry into whether to impeach President Trump. In court papers filed last night arguing for the House’s access to grand jury materials redacted from the Mueller Report, a pair of House attorneys appeared in the matter for the first time. Jacqueline Thomsen reports that Adam Grogg and Jonathan Schwartz both quietly joined House general counsel Douglas Letter’s team in recent months. Schwartz spent more than three decades as an attorney for the State Department, including as a deputy legal adviser. Grogg previously worked as a trial attorney for DOJ’s civil division. He was most recently senior counsel at the anti-corruption nonprofit Democracy Forward Foundation.

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