Felix Sater Will Testify Today After Subpoena For Sleeping Through His Alarm

Felix Sater receiving the "Man of the Year" award at his local Chabad chapter in Port Washington
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July 9, 2019 8:14 a.m.

The chief architect of the Trump Tower Moscow project, Felix Sater will finally testify before the House Intelligence Committee Tuesday after he was subpoenaed last month when he failed to voluntarily appear before the committee.

Sater will testify behind closed doors, a person familiar with the matter told Politico.

Sater told Politico that he had an unexpected illness and accidentally slept through his alarm. His lawyer told TPM that he didn’t appear because of health issues and told Politico the subpoena was “entirely unnecessary.”

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