Top former President Donald Trump aides are set to defy subpoena orders for documentation and testimonials as the Thursday deadline looms, The Guardian reports. The select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol issued four subpoenas for the former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, former deputy chief of staff Daniel Scavino Jr, former adviser Steve Bannon and former Pentagon chief of staff Kash Patel.
Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and top aides Scavino, Bannon and Patel are set to defy Jan. 6 More than a week after subpoenaing former Donald Trump aide Dan Scavino to cooperate with its investigation into the US Capitol riot, the House select committee investigating the attack has been unable to physically serve the subpoena to him, sources say
Top aides to Donald Trump, namely Mark Meadows, Steve Bannon & Dan Scavino, are reportedly prepared to defy subpoenas in insurrection inquiry … under instructions by their boss.
What people are saying?
Jodie This is what happens when people aren’t held accountable for their crimes. They feel empowered to continue being unlawful. Let’s hope they stop being so soft & start holding these criminals accountable, including for contempt.
Luke Zaleski The truth is trump should’ve been convicted in both impeachments. He should’ve been compelled to comply more with the mueller probe before that. He shouldn’t have been in office to mishandle the Covid response. And even absent all that he should’ve been removed by 6 pm on Jan 6th.