Former president banned from Facebook until 2023 as Don McGahn makes landmark testimony
Don McGahn, the Donald Trump era White House Counsel who featured heavily in Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian interference during the 2016 election, is testifying before a Congressional committee.The Trump campaign veteran who quit his White House role in 2018, some months after reportedly pushing back against the former president’s desire for the Justice Department to investigate his rivals Hillary Clinton and the former FBI director James Comey is set to face the House Judiciary Committee as it probes whether the former president obstructed justice with efforts to thwart Mr Mueller’s investigation.While Mr McGahn’s appearance on Friday marks the culmination of a two year battle with the committee for his testimony, which resulted in him being sued for defying a subpoena on Mr Trump’s orders in 2019, a federal court ruling last month means that he will only face questioning over his public statements within Mr Mueller’s report which referenced him hundreds of times, following some 30 hours of questioning.Read more:Who is Don McGahn, and why is his testimony so important?White House defends Fauci as Trump unloads on top doctor over private emailsTrump is implying he’s still president in fundraising messagesWhat do Dr Fauci’s emails reveal about the early days of the Covid pandemic?Hong Kong not dead yet, says Tiananmen veteran taking lone stand in park for June 4 vigilHan Dongfang, a veteran Tiananmen Square activist, says Hong Kong should not lose heart despite a heavy China led crackdown on its freedoms, as he defied police warnings and sat quietly on a park bench to commemorate the victims of June 4. Sources at the company said it was planning to reverse the policy announced by former deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg less than two years ago, which said statements from hermes h enamel bracelet replica
world leaders and MPs would be exempt from the speech rules that apply to other Facebook users. Senior executives are now reconsidering the rule ahead of Facebook making a decision on w.