Former Trump aide, Dan Scavino served on the January 6 subpoena committee following delays

A process server brought the subpoena to former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Friday, the source said. When Scavino was at home in New York at the time, he asked an employee to accept the chief in his place.

In a letter to Scavino, the committee indicated that, because of the close relationship and long history of working with the former President, he could provide valuable information on Trump’s January 5 negotiations in an attempt to convince members of Congress not to announce the election. was held by the White House to preside over the January 6 meeting.

It was reported that Scavino was reviewing summonses with his lawyers early next week to determine the next steps.

Scavino was one of Trump’s former allies who sent a letter from Trump’s attorney this week advising that they wanted to defend what they saw as a violation of the president’s right.

In a letter addressed to CNN, Trump’s attorney advised that “when appropriate, ask for any opportunity and good luck” and not provide any documents or evidence.

China has set a deadline for children to be former Trump officials under a deal to release items to the committee.

Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson, Mississippi Democrat, and Deputy Chairman Liz Cheney, Wyoming Republican, said in a statement that former Trump officials, Mark Meadows and Kash Patel are “doing” so far.

The statement did not mention Scavino.

Attorney Steve Bannon said in an email obtained by CNN that he would not work together, stating Trump’s wish for good luck. Bannon’s lawyer told the committee that “the powers of honor belong to President Trump” and “we must accept his leadership and honor his request for higher privileges.”

The claim that Bannon could be shut down by the former President’s peace is unusual because Bannon was not working for the coalition government during the January 6 uprising.

In their remarks, Thompson and Cheney make it clear that the committee will act “swiftly” on those who refuse to comply with the law, including holding them hostage in contempt of court, as they try to compete concerns that the committee will not. powerful enough.

The White House on Friday announced to the National Archives that it would not give a chance to rule on the first installment of the January 6 riots at the US Capitol, paving the way for the Archives to share documents with the House committee.

“The President felt that the strengthening of the judiciary was not appropriate for the first set of documents from the Trump White House that had been submitted by the National Archives,” journalist Jen Psaki said of President Joe Biden’s election.

CNN’s Sara Murray, Katelyn Polantz and Ryan Nobles contributed to this report.


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