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Hope Hicks Expected To Give Private Testimony To House Committee

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Hope Hicks Expected To Give Private Testimony To House Committee

Hope Hicks Expected To Give Private Testimony To House Committee

The House Judiciary Committee wants to ask Hope Hicks questions related to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.

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