January 6 Committee Citations Stephen Miller, Kayleigh McEnany

The House committee investigating the Jan.6 attack on the Capitol issued its sixth batch of subpoenas Tuesday against some of the former President TrumpDonald Trump Meat industry groups pledge to meet Paris Agreement emissions targets by 2030 Judge dismisses part of DC AG’s lawsuit against Trump’s inaugural committee Representative Gosar publishes anime video showing him hitting Biden, Ocasio-Cortez MOREsenior staff, including the White House adviser Stephen MillerStephen Miller Trump, Jan 6 Panel Attorneys Head to Court in Executive Privilege Brawl Trump’s Defense Chief Blocked Idea of ​​Sending 250,000 Soldiers to Border: Report Dave Chappelle Refuses to be Canceled MORE and press secretary Kayleigh McEnany.

The subpoenas to Miller and McEnany focus on the false statements they made promoting unsubstantiated claims of voter fraud.

As the White House press secretary, he made several public statements from the White House and elsewhere about alleged fraud in the November 2020 elections, which were echoed by the people who attacked the United States Capitol on 6 January, ”the committee wrote in its subpoena to McEnany.

The committee appeared to view Miller as the focus of an effort to create electoral fraud conspiracies and Trump messages ahead of the Jan.6 rally, where the then-president encouraged his supporters to “fight like hell.”

“You and your team prepared ex-President Trump’s remarks for the Ellipse rally on January 6, you were in the White House that day and you were with Trump when you spoke at the ‘Stop the Steal’ rally,” the committee said. . wrote.

Other attendees cited show an effort by the panel to obtain information on the activities of the former White House chief of staff. Mark MeadowsMark Meadows Jan. Panel 6 has interviewed more than 150 people so far, Trump Justice Department attorney Jeffrey Clark, to testify before the January 6 panel on Friday., who has also been requested for testimony by the committee.

Latest subpoenas include former White House deputy chief of staff Christopher LiddellChristopher Pell Liddell NIGHT ENERGY: Trump Creates Federal Council on Global Tree Planting Initiative | Green group pushes for answers on delayed climate report | Carbon dioxide emissions may not exceed 2019 levels until 2027: analysis Trump creates federal government council on global tree planting initiative MORE and Ben Williamson, Meadows’ right-hand man.

“The Select Committee wants to know all the details of what happened in the White House on January 6 and in the days before. We need to know precisely what role the former president and his assistants played in the efforts to stop the electoral vote counting and if they were in contact with anyone outside the White House who tried to overturn the election result, “said the president. Bennie thompsonBennie Gordon Thompson Jan. 6 panel issues six new subpoenas for Eastman, Trump’s top advisers Jan 6 panel evaluates contempt charges against former Trump Justice Department official Clark, Jan 6 panel has interviewed more than 150 people so far MORE (D-Miss.) He said in a statement.

“We believe that the witnesses named today have relevant information and we hope that they will fully comply with the Select Committee’s investigation as we work to obtain answers for the American people, make recommendations on changes to the law to protect our democracy, and help ensure that nothing as if on January 6 it will happen again. “

The subpoenas come just one day after the committee demanded testimony from former Trump campaign aides and John Eastman, who devised the strategy used to challenge the elections both at the state level and during congressional certification of the vote. . The panel also cited Michael Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser who attended a meeting at the White House on the seizure of voting machines.

The Eastman memos became a model for the Trump team in seeking ways to relax the election, likely igniting Trump’s focus on having a former vice president. Mike penceMichael (Mike) Richard Pence Here are the last six Trump allies to be cited by the January 6 panel. Jan. 6 panel issues six new subpoenas for Eastman, Trump’s top aides show progress Sunday: House passes bipartisan infrastructure bill; Democrats suffer electoral losses in Virginia MORE reject the largely ceremonial duty to certify the results of the 2020 elections.


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