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Jan. 6 panel postpones deposition with former DOJ official


Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection has postponed a deposition with a former Justice Department official Saturday until Dec. 16 due to a “medical condition that precludes his participation.” Jeffrey Clark had aligned himself with former President Donald Trump last year as he tried to overturn his defeat. The committee had scheduled the second interview with Clark after he declined to answer questions at his first deposition in November. The panel voted Wednesday to recommend contempt charges against Clark but said it would hold off on a vote of the full House and give him a second try. 

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