Charles Kupperman, who worked as deputy national security adviser until September and currently shares a lawyer with former National security Adviser John Bolton, will not testify Monday as originally planned. He is instead waiting on a judge to decide whether he has to comply with the House subpoena.
Though it has seemed unlikely that Kupperman would show up since late last week, CNN confirmed that he’d be a no-show Monday morning.
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In a letter sent Sunday by his lawyer, Charles Cooper, to attorney for the House Intel …read more