A spokesman for former U.S. President Donald Trump said in a court filing on Friday that he had extensively worked with Congress to investigate the deadly January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. ..
Spokesman Taylor Glitch said the proceedings filed in federal court in the District of Columbia produced more than 1,700 pages of documents and provided the House panel with an approximately four-hour oath testimony.
In a recent deposit, Glitch answered a question about funding and planning for Trump’s speech to supporters near the White House on January 6, prior to the violence at the Capitol that day.
The proceedings in Glitch sought a court order blocking the House Committee from accessing JPMorgan Chase and Company’s financial records.
“The subpoena seeks personal financial material that is unrelated to the possible law and unrelated to the intended purpose of the Special Committee,” Mr. Glitch said in the proceedings.
A January 6 selection committee spokesman did not immediately respond to requests for comment.
The Glitch proceedings are the latest in a flood of proceedings targeted by the Commission seeking to prevent the execution of subpoenas for informational purposes, but are the first proceedings focused on subpoenas for financial records. ..
This week, former Trump adviser Michael Flynn and right-wing radio host Alex Jones have separated, claiming that the selection committee is not legally organized and therefore its subpoena to their testimony is illegal. I filed a lawsuit.
The Court of Appeals dismissed the allegation, and on December 9, the Commission ruled that it was valid and had the right to see the White House records that Trump tried to hide from the public eye.
http://www.gulf-times.com/story/706891/Trump-spokesman-says-he-s-co-operated-with-January A Trump spokesman says he is “cooperating” with the January 6 attack investigation.