Trump press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, other White House officials subpoenaed in Jan. 6 House probe

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  • On Tuesday, the House committee investigating the January 6 Capitol riots called on former Trump White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and other former White House officials to testify in the investigation.
  • In addition to McEnany, the summons issued by ex-officers included former White House senior adviser Stephen Miller, former White House personnel director John McEnty, former deputy chief of staff Christopher Liddell and former Vice President Mike Pence’s national security adviser Keith Kellogg. Huh.
  • The latest round of summons came a day after the same panel issued summons to six top aides of former President Donald Trump.

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house committee The investigation into the January 6 Capitol riots called on Tuesday former Trump White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany and other former White House officials to testify in the investigation.

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In addition to McEnany, the summons issued by ex-officers included former White House senior adviser Stephen Miller, former White House personnel director John McEnty, former deputy chief of staff Christopher Liddell and former Vice President Mike Pence’s national security adviser Keith Kellogg. Huh.

Other Summons Recipients Huh Nicholas Luna, who served as a personal assistant to then-President Donald Trump, Cassidy Hutchinson, who was his special assistant for legislative matters, Kenneth Klukowski, former senior counsel to Assistant Attorney General Jeffrey Clarke, Benjamin Williamson, who served as senior adviser to White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, and Molly Michael, who served as the Oval Office Operations Coordinator

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The latest round of summons came a day after the same panel issued summons to six top Trump aides.

“The selection committee wants to know every detail of what happened at the White House on January 6 and in the days before,” Representative Benny Thompson, a Mississippi Democrat who chairs the investigative panel, said in a statement.

Thompson said, “We need to know what role the former president and his aides played in the effort to block the counting of electoral votes and whether they were in contact with anyone outside the White House who could try to reverse the election results.” were trying.”

“We believe the witnesses presented today have relevant information and expect them to fully comply with the Select Committee’s investigation as we work to find answers for the American people, defending our democracy.” Recommend changes to the law for the U.S., and help ensure that nothing like January 6 ever happens again.”

Monday’s summons were issued to former national security adviser Michael Flynn, ex-Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller, and attorney John Eastman, who wrote a controversial memorandum arguing that then-Vice President Mike Pence had to reject Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory during a joint session of Congress on Jan. had the power to do so. ,

Others receiving the summons on Monday were Bill Stepian, who managed Trump’s failed re-election campaign last year, campaign executive assistant Angela McCallum, and Bernard Kerrick, a former New York City Police Commissioner, seeking a criminal pardon from Trump. Vale and a reported attendee at a meeting in Washington where Trump aides discussed possible efforts to reverse Biden’s victory.

Trump has sued to block a January 6 committee from obtaining White House records related to the riots.

A federal judge said Tuesday that she expects the case to be “ruled expeditiously.” As she rejected a request by Trump’s lawyers to issue an emergency stay that would prevent the National Archives from changing records.

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A riot by a crowd of Trump supporters that day began toward the end of a rally held outside the White House, where they urged people to march to the Capitol to protest Congress’s confirmation of Biden’s election as president.

Thousands of people invaded the area around the Capitol, and broke the doors and windows of the compound. Five people were killed in connection with the riots, including Capitol Police Officer Brian Siknick. More than a hundred other officers were injured in the mob attack.

Three weeks ago, the House voted former White House senior adviser Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress after he refused to comply with a subpoena issued by a January 6 committee, which sought to depose documents and his Seeking statement.

Bannon was reportedly among those attending a January 5 meeting at the D.C. hotel with Miller, Kerrick and Trump’s former personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

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