Former Trump White House counsel Don McGahn agreed Wednesday to speak with the House Judiciary Committee about the Russia report, with certain conditions, per a court filing.
Why it matters: The agreement ends a two-year standoff after McGahn, a key player in former special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, repeatedly refused to agree to a subpoena for testimony — resulting in the matter being taken to court.
Of note: One of the conditions is that committee conducts a "transcribed interview," rather than calling for him to testify at a public hearing.
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