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Cohen Closed-Door Testimony Back In Play

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Michael Cohen has agreed to testify behind closed doors before the House Intelligence Committee next month. President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer will testify before the intelligence panel on February 8. CNN reports House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff of California made the announcement Monday. Cohen abruptly announced last week he was postponing his scheduled congressional testimony. He cited "ongoing threats against his family" from Trump and the President's attorney, Rudy Giuliani. Cohen has also been subpoenaed to appear in mid-February before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

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