Ex-Trump aide Dan Scavino finally served Jan. 6 subpoena: report

Former Trump aide Dan Scavino has received his summons from the House Select Committee, which is investigating riots in the Capitol after a lengthy battle to find him, CNN reported on Saturday.

The subpoena was brought to earlier President TrumpDonald TrumpOvernight Energy & Environment-Biden returns to the borders of the National Monument before Trump official Overnight Defense & National Security-China asks US to keep troops out of Taiwan On The Money-Presented by NRHC-Demolition of sluggish September job report MORE‘s Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Friday, the news network reported. Scavino, a former deputy chief of staff for the White House of Communications who was in New York at the time, asked an employee to accept it on his behalf.

CNN previously reported that the committee had not been able to find Scavino to serve him.

He was reported to have been with Trump during a January 5 meeting to convince congressmen not to certify President BidenJoe Biden McConnell promises GOP will not help raise debt ceiling in December after Schumer ‘tantrum’ Ilhan Omar to Biden: ‘Deliver on your promise to cancel student debt’ Overnight Health Care – Presented by EMAA – CDC sets panel meeting for remaining boosters, Pfizer Vaccine for children moreis election victory. He also promoted the Trump rally, which preceded riots on Twitter and tweeted messages from the White House on January 6th.

Bakken has contacted the house panel to get a comment.

Scavino was sued late last month along with former White House strategist Stephen Bannon, former chief of staff Mark MeadowsMark MeadowsWhite House orders release of Trump records for Jan. 6 committee Bannon pays Jan. 6 committee vote The Hill’s Morning Report – Submitted by Facebook – After high drama, Senate raises debt limit MORE and Kashyap Patel, Chief of Staff to former Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller and a former House and White House staffer.

Politico reported on Thursday that a Trump lawyer has advised the four aides not to comply, arguing that the information requested is protected by executive privilege.

Robert Costello, Bannon’s lawyer, wrote a letter to the committee on Thursday, citing Trump’s threat.

“We must accept his leadership and honor his invocation of executive privilege. As such, until these issues are resolved, we will not be able to respond to your request for documents and testimony, ‚ÄĚread the letter, which was received by The Hill.

In a statement on Friday, the chairman of the panel announced on January 6, Bennie ThompsonBennie Gordon ThompsonTrump advises 4 former aides to ignore subpoenas from Jan. 6 panel: report Jan. 6 committee issues final round of subpoenas to rally organizers Five takeaways: Report details Trumps election campaign more (D-Miss.) And Vice-President, Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn CheneyBannon pays January 6 committee convener Former VA secretaries propose National Warrior Call Day to raise awareness of military suicide Biden slips further back into China’s failed policy MORE (R-Wyo.), Said Meadows and Patel are engaging in the panel, but that Bannon “has indicated he will try to hide behind vague references to the former president’s privileges.”

The opinion did not mention Scavino.


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