Hear CNN legal analyst’s prediction about Pence testifying against Trump

Hear cnn legal analyst's prediction about pence testifying against trump

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Justice Department prosecutors have reached out to representatives of former Vice President Mike Pence to seek his testimony in the criminal investigation into efforts by former President Donald Trump and allies to impede the transfer of power after the 2020 election, according to people familiar with the matter. #CNN #News

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