The House took its strongest step yet in the stand-off with US President Donald Trump over congressional oversight, voting on Tuesday to seek court enforcement of subpoenas for US Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Donald McGahn.On a party-line vote of 229-191, the House passed a resolution that would empower the House Judiciary Committee to go to court against Barr and McGahn over non-compliance with requests for documents and testimony.The vote keeps Democrats…

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