The nine-member J6 committee last week unanimously voted to subpoena President Trump.
Today, the panel issued a letter to Trump’s lawyers, demanding his testimony under oath by Nov. 14 and outlining a request for a series of corresponding documents, including personal communications between the president and members of Congress.
“We recognize that a subpoena to a President is a significant and historic action,” Chairman Bennie Thompson and Vice Chair Liz Cheney wrote in the letter to Trump.
“We do not take this action lightly.”
It’s unclear how Trump will respond to the subpoena.
Maybe he’ll comply or attempt to negotiate with the committee.
Maybe he’ll defy the subpoena or completely ignore it.
Perhaps he’ll go to court and attempt to stop it.
“Pursuant to a unanimous vote, the Select Committee issued a…