The federal judge who ruled that former White House counsel Don McGahn must comply with a House subpoena for his testimony put her ruling on a brief hold Wednesday.
Such holds, known as administrative stays, are often issued to give lawyers a change to file their appeals, NBC News reported.
U.S. District Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson said her order “should not be construed in any way as a ruling on the merits” of keeping her ruling on a longer hold. Instead, she said, the order would give her time to consider the government’s request for a longer stay.
Source : Nbcnewyork