4 White House officials set to skip impeachment depositions

Donald Trump.
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None of the White House officials who were scheduled to testify Monday in the impeachment inquiry are expected to actually do so.

National Security Council lawyers John Eisenberg and Michael Ellis were scheduled to testify Monday, as were Robert Blair, assistant to the president and senior adviser to acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, and Office of Management and Budget official Brian McCormack. But CNN reports all four officials aren't expected to show up for their depositions.

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