A federal judge has ruled that former White House counsel Donald McGahn can be compelled to testify as part of the House’s impeachment inquiry.

U.S. District Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the District of Columbia, in a 120-page opinion, wrote that “compulsory appearance by dint of a subpoena is a legal construct, not a political one, and per the Constitution, no one is above the law.”

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