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After she introduced herself to the start of the interview as "Hope Hicks," Nadler called her "Ms. Lewandowski ”three times before Hicks interrupted to correct him, according to the transcript.
"Yeah. Ms. Lewandowski, I think, in reading this – "
" My name is Ms. Hicks, "she said.
" I'm sorry, Ms. Hicks, ”Nadler replied. "I'm preoccupied."
Hicks testified for almost eight hours Wednesday about her work in the Trump administration, though White House lawyers repeatedly blocked her from answering lawmakers' questions.
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