Jan. 6 committee announces subpoena for Jeffrey Clark, former DOJ official


“He has directed Mr. Bannon not to produce documents or testify until the issue of executive privilege is resolved,” wrote Bannon’s lawyer, Robert Costello. He said his client’s “position is not in defiance of your committee’s subpoena.” If the executive privilege objection is resolved by the courts or a change in Trump’s position, Bannon would reconsider, Costello said, noting that his client had testified three times previously about matters concerning the former president.


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