The House Select Committee on Monday issued six more subpoenas to former President Trump’s top advisers, including campaign manager Bill Stepian and senior adviser Jason Miller, as the investigation into the Jan.
The committee said it summoned six individuals for their involvement in “the promotion of false claims of election fraud or attempts to reverse the results of the 2020 election”.
Former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerrick, who along with Rudy Giuliani investigated voter fraud allegations, and John Eastman, a scholar who worked on legal tactics to delay or deny Joe Biden the presidency subpoena included.
Both Kerrick and Eastman were present at the Willard Hotel “Command Center” during the first week of January in an effort to block the counting of electoral votes. Washington Post reports.
The committee also summoned Angela McCallum, a national executive assistant to the Trump campaign, and Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser.
The panel has asked all the six persons to hand over the records by November 23 and appear for statements between December 3 and December 13.