(Washington) The parliamentary committee investigating the assault on Capitol Hill by supporters of Donald Trump on January 6 released a new round of subpoenas for the former president’s relatives, including former White House spokesman Kayleigh McEnany.
As a White House spokesperson, you have made numerous public statements at the White House and elsewhere about alleged fraud in the November 2020 election, [des allégations] It was echoed by the people who attacked the Capitol on January 6,” the commission says in the subpoena against Mr.I McKinney.
Stephen Miller, a close adviser to Donald Trump, was called for preparing with his team for the billionaire Republican’s speech at the January 6 rally held near the White House, shortly before the attack on Congress.
Other Trump relatives featured in this new round of summons are Nicholas Luna, the former aide to the president, Christopher Liddell, the former White House deputy chief of staff, and Keith Kellogg, the former national security adviser to Vice President Mike Pence. .
“We believe that the witnesses called today have relevant information and we expect them to cooperate in the investigation,” said committee chairperson, Democrat-elect Benny Thompson.
The parliamentary committee announced other summons on Monday, including members of Donald Trump’s campaign team such as Michael Flynn, the former Republican president’s former national security adviser, or his former campaign manager Bill Stebbin.
As part of that investigation, the committee has already interviewed more than 150 people, according to Republican-elect Liz Cheney.