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[Politics] WSJ: Whistleblower Wants to Testify in Writing Rather than appearing in person out of fears his identity could be leaked, endangering his personal safety, lawyers for the whistleblower who helped launch the impeachment into President Donald Trump want their client to submit written testimony to Congress. Published:10/11/2019 10:39:28 AM
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