The House Judiciary Committee chairman subpoenaed former White House adviser Karl Rove on Monday to testify about the Bush administration's firing of nine US attorneys and its prosecution of a former Democratic governor.
Rep. John Conyers, a Michigan Democrat, said the ongoing legal battle to get Rove and other former Bush administration aides to testify may have success with a new president in the White House.
Former President George W. Bush upheld Rove and two other senior aides who asserted they did not have to testify before Congress about their actions in the White House.
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