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White House lawyer defending Trump in trial seen as no 'showboat'

Reuters India Tuesday, 21 January 2020
When White House counsel Pat Cipollone argues President Donald Trump's case in a Senate trial in the coming days, he will also be defending his role in a controversial legal strategy that helped lead to Trump's impeachment on a charge of obstructing Congress.
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