Former Trump Aide Served Subpoena After Struggle To Find Him: Reports

Dan Scavino, former social media chief for the Trump White House, was lastly served a subpoena from the House choose committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol assault after a reported wrestle to seek out him.

Citing sources aware of the matter, CNN and Politico each stated Scavino acquired the subpoena on Friday. The doc, dated Sept. 23, was accepted by a proxy at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago membership in Florida whereas Scavino was in New York, based on Politico. The deadline to reply was Thursday, Oct. 7.

Scavino is one in all 4 former associates of Trump focused by the Jan. 6 committee, which is looking for documentation associated to any conversations he could have had with the Trump White House concerning the assaults. Each of the 4 witnesses was additionally requested to seem earlier than the committee for questioning subsequent week.

One of them, former Trump adviser Steve Bannon, has already come out to say he won’t comply along with his subpoena, citing Trump’s declare of government privilege. Through an legal professional, Bannon stated he didn’t have the proper to reply contemplating that Trump seems to be mounting a authorized problem to the committee’s drive for documentation.

Two others, former chief of workers Mark Meadows and former Defense Department official Kash Patel, are “engaging” with the committee, its leaders stated in an announcement on Friday.


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