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AND WE’RE BACK – Four witnesses are expected to testify today at the House impeachment inquiry, which enters its second week of public testimony: Jennifer Williams, an aide to Vice President Pence; Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the National Security Council’s director for European affairs; Kurt Volker, special envoy to Ukraine; and Tim Morrison, a former National Security Council aide. Major U.S. law firms and other private lawyers have helped witnesses navigate the private, and now public, proceedings. The public hearings also have pitted former New York federal prosecutor Daniel Goldman, advising the Democrats, against Stephen Castor, lead counsel for Republicans.

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