Trump did not adjust to Jan. 6 committee subpoena to testify, panel says

Former U.S. president Donald Trump has did not adjust to a subpoena issued by the congressional committee investigating his supporters’ assault on the U.S. Capitol final 12 months, the panel said on Monday.

The Jan. 6 choose committee introduced on Oct. 21 that it had despatched a subpoena to Trump requiring paperwork be submitted by Nov. 4 and for him to seem for deposition testimony starting on or about Nov. 14.

On Nov. 4, it said it had agreed to current Trump an extension earlier than producing the paperwork after listening to from actually one of his attorneys. nonetheless the panel said then that it wished the paperwork the subsequent week and that the Nov. 14 deadline remained in place.

“the actuality is that Donald Trump, like a quantity of of his closest allies, is hiding from the choose Committee’s investigation and refusing to do what better than a thousand utterly different witnesses have accomplished,” Committee Chair Bennie Thompson and Vice-Chair Liz Cheney said in a press launch.

Trump filed a lawsuit on Friday looking for to maintain away from being compelled to testify or current any documentation to the congressional panel.

The committee has held a sequence of hearings as a outcome of it seeks to make its case to the general public that Trump was largely responsible for the lethal assault on Congress whereas lawmakers met to formally declare his loss to Democrat Joe Biden.

The panel has not said the method by which it is going to proceed if Trump disregards the subpoena request.

WATCH | Trump blasted the committee’s subpoena, however by no means said whether or not he would comply: 

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